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EDITOR: PATRICIA COOPER 
ASSOC. ED.: JOHN WEFFENSTETTE 
BUSINESS MGR.: STEVE BLOUN' 



POTPOURRI 



This book belongs to you, the 
students of Northwestern. It is 
an account of your campus ac- 
tivities during the past year. Nat- 
urally, it is impossible for us to 
cover every facet of your college 
life, but we hope that now, and 
in the future, you may fondly 
thumb through this book, recall- 
ing many pleasant memories. 




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A.SOMS 



NORTHWESTERN STATE COLLEGE 
NATCHITOCHES, LOUISIANA 




IN 

THE 

VERY 

BEGINNING 




There was a wonderland wilderness, covered with virgin 
forests, thriving in fertile untilled soil. Nature was generous 
with her bounteous gifts on this hill, and a spot of lasting 
beauty was created after years of earth building. It was into 
this mystical land that the white man first ventured in 1714. On 
the banks of the Red River a settlement was established — the 
first in the land which would later be a part of the great 
Louisiana Purchase. The colony of Natchitoches endured and 
in time became a thriving community, a focal point for busi- 
nessmen and traders. As the need arose, churches and schools 
were established. 

As the quest for education moved into Natchitoches, a group 
of soft-spoken nuns established the Convent of the Sacred 
Heart in 1856. The land which they acquired was a part of 
the old Bullard Mansion, built in the 1830's. The progress of 
the academy was shattered with the onset of the Civil War, and 
in 1875 the school was abandoned. In 1884 the Louisiana State 
Normal College was established on these same grounds. The 
initial aim of the school was to prepare students for teaching in 
the public schools of Louisiana. This scope was eventually 
broadened and in 1944 the name of the institution was changed 
to Northwestern State College of Louisiana. 




Just exactly what is a college? Probably 
to each of us it has had various meanings at 
different times in our lives. Perhaps while in 

grammar school or 



col-lcgc (kol'ij), n. (L. collegium, community, »ociety, guild, 
fraternity) 1. institution of higher learning that gives de- 
grees. 2. Am. the academic department of a university for 
general instruction, as distinguished from the special, profes- 
sional, of graduate schools. 3. Am. school for special or pro- 
fessional instruction, as in medicine, pharmacy, agriculture, 
or music. 4. Am. organized association of persons having 
certain powers, rights, duties, and purposes. 5. building or 
buildings used by a college. 



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we 



junior high, 
thought of college as 
merely a place for 
which an older brother 
or sister departed each 
fall. Upon reaching 
senior high we begin 
to look to the future 
and examine the possi- 
bilities of a college ed- 
ucation. We realize 
that job opportunities and chance for success 
are greatly improved if we have a college 
degree included in our agenda of qualifica- 
tions. And so upon graduation, finances per- 
mitting, we march off to one of the hun- 
dreds of colleges or universities throughout 
the nation. 







But to the students of Northwestern this is not just one of many schools — 
it is our school. To many it is our home — a place to live, learn, and love. At 
first glance, few people have any conception of what Northwestern, or col- 
lege itself will mean to them. The freshman year is spent primarily in just 
getting into the swing of things. Orientation, rush parties, and the Tech game 
help us to get acquainted with college life. On the surface we jokingly com- 
plain about the dormitories, food in the "chow" hall, and the "nutty" profes- 
sors, but inwardly we feel the beginnings of a deep sense of pride in our school 
— its heritage, reminiscent of long ago — and its modern program for expansion, 
ever striving for progress in the future. 

Yes, Northwestern is a remarkable institution, and we stand eagerly upon 
the threshold of knowledge she has opened for us. But all of the benefits 
reaped here will not come from books, for we are also learning how to live and 
work with others as an adult. This is the world of the Northwestern student. 




The student's primary purpose at Northwestern is to gain an education. The 
desire for knowledge burns within him. It can be sensed in the air — in the scat- 
tered conversation on the way to classes . . . in the busy hum of voices in the 
cafeteria. It spurs heated discussions over a calculus problem or debate over 
an English novel. It is present in the noises and odors of lab or in the sound 
of children's voices as they play. The search for knowledge causes him to ask 
questions, to seek out answers and explanations. Northwestern exists for the 
student. The development of his intellect is her primary concern. It is here in 
her library, in her classrooms, in the labs, that he acquires knowledge and an 
understanding of life. 




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Each student through his zest for life, reflects the vividness of his person- 
ality. He is constructive and creative, v/elcoming challenges, winning games, set- 
ting records. He loves life; how he does what he does is the color in living. 
He is the spirit of Northwestern: at a football game, with flushed face and 
flashing eyes, filled with excitement, brimming with enthusiasm; at a basket- 

u, iame , cheermg *„. THE NORTHWESTERN 



STUDENT 
WHO IS HE? 



self hoarse, throbbing 
with hope, hushed with 
suspense, elated with vic- 
tory. Living is experienc- 
ing the rush of emo- 
tions at a sports contest, the early morning walk to classes in the rain, the 
laughter and confusion at the post office. The Northwestern student likes to do 
uncommon things and to be on his own in something new and interesting. 
Realizing the need for maturity and enjoying the feeling of adulthood, with 
wonder and expectation he looks to the future and the life it holds. 



WE ENTER NOW 
A PERIOD OF 
TRANSITION AND 
DEVELOPMENT 

When the student arrives at Northwestern, there 
is a new way of life waiting for him. First he gets 
accustomed to life in the dormitory. He selects his 
major field of interest and begins his active pursuit 
of a vocation. He makes new friends and each day 
is exposed to new views and attitudes on different 
subjects, thus broadening his scope of knowledge 
and understanding. 

Years at Northwestern develop in the student 
a capacity for self respect, a concern for his fellow 
man, a loyalty to his school and country, and a 
clear conception of life's values. His maturing of 
character reveals itself in lasting friendships, trust 
and integrity. All of these experiences contribute 
to mold him into a mature individual, and prepare 
him for his place in society. 








CONTENTS 




Administration 


35 


Features 


49 


Classes 


83 


Athletics 


161 


Military 


205 


Greeks 


213 


Activities 


233 


Organizations 


261 



DEDICATION 




Eighty years of countless students have "entered to learn — left to serve." For decades in the 
future students will come for this same purpose. It is to these we dedicate the 1964 Potpourri. 
To those who have passed down the college's corridors of learning pausing briefly to grasp her 
wisdom and ideals, contributing to her growth and leaving to enter another phase of their life. To 
those present who seek to achieve her purpose and work ardently that those to come may profit. 

During the years spent at her fountains of knowledge come the cherished memories which 
linger on to become a part of the tradition of our College. Unconsciously they leave their hap- 
piness and heartache, their mode of dress, new fads and expressions, the latest song and dance. 
Faces and names will grow dim with time but small memories and the spirit of those who come 
ever linger somewhere inside her walls. 

The men of the earliest year join hands with the students of today to accept this dedication. 
With only the sprawling buildings, streets, and campus the college could not have grown, but 
her students have instilled in her the breath of life in years past, present, and in the years to come. 
This book is rightfully dedicated to the students, the life of Northwestern. 



The world of the Northwestern stu- 
dent is a colorful and varying one. He 
is the would-be scientist, on his way to 
perform an experiment . . . or the 
scholar, hurrying to a class in world 
literature. 





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His is J n-orld filled with the wonder and glory of 

nature, in tune uncensortd . . . 



and the modern buildings of brick and concrete, se- 
curely poised on the threshold of progress. 




// i< the fun and excitement of j homecoming 
i ictory . . . 



and the sudden realization that we are merely prod- 
ucts of the times in which we live. What we make of 
today determines our future tomorrow. 





With the warm glow of Christmas lights comes the 

holiday spirit, hut the desire to continue this spirit 
and fellowship should pro ail throughout the whole 
year. 




OK fellows, let's give out with the old school spirit. 



REGISTRATION. FOOTBALL. RUSH 



But. I didn't want an\ Saturday classes 




The (all always bring) to Northwest- 
ern a different body of students which 
give "new life" to the Vacant huildings 
and grounds. 

The college ealcnd.u hiljjhn with 
orientation activities for the "lost look- 
ing" freshmen, followed shortly by so- 
roritv and fraternity rush in the midst 
>>f traditional football activities. 

Tli's season for everyone is a busy 
and exciting time. Alumni renew ties of 
loyalty to their alma mater The town>- 
pOOplo, after a !a/> . quiet summer. 
welcome the new BCtivitj created by 
students l'|>|>erclan- 
men leturn to campus happy to see old 

friends, and 11 M anxious as 

freshmen to find what the coming year 
holds In atore for them The facultv and 
administration return to their "routine" 

work which most often is anything but 

routine The freshmen, at this time, en- 
ter an unknown world which present! 
a challenge to each of them to find or 
make .1 place for themselves as el 1 1 .-• 
and students of Northwestern 





Higher Sam, higher! "DeFEET" . . Never! 





"Welcome to the AZA House." 



"Wish I didn't have so much work to do!" 



THE THRILLS OF AUTUMN 



Sure is great to be together again! 




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Mother tola me there'd he da\* like this 




'I want to ask her out. hut I know she'll turn me down. 
"Well, it was a *ood try anyway." 




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SO THIS IS COLLEGE' 

Activity, excitement, confusion, anxiety, homesick- 
ness . . . are all part of the fall atmosphere created as 
students mix and mingle: find new friends and engage 
in new activities. After critically viewing the pr< • 
and the "superior upperclassmen," freshmen soon aban- 
don preconceived notions about college life; and they 
proceed to establish their place and exert their influence 
in our great student body. 




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"HEY, how about taking my picture? 




"Humph . . . just as I suspected, I see him helping her into 
the car." 

"Hey girls! Better put those shades down." 




"No thanks, I'd rather take pictures of myself." 



"Bobby, what did you put in this 7 -up' 




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FOOTBALL . . 




That's right. Mrs. Hendrick. get him in the rihs! 



Thr team selected this Ideality to ho their queen. 

'"How noble of > on Joe ... to leave the Beatles just to rheer for NSC' 





A FEVER ON CAMPUS 




What's football without bonfires and floats? 



'Us DEMONS train young." 



D — E — M — ONS 



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•Maybe they rant hear me, Joe, but they sure can see "Now when I was a cheerleader 

me " 

Wish the parade would hurry . the sun is in our n.^" 



B.P., are you practicinji for cheerleader ir> 
outs? 





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THE BIG WEEKEND 



Here comes NSC's most loyal fan! 



"You were great, honey." 





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New to NSC this >rar . the Saturda> -niRht hootenam . 




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As the big rush and excitement of fall lessen, a 
change of activity may b« noticed over campus. Out of 
the crowds, students scatter among various smaller 
groups or organizations through which they can de- 
velop new interests or renew old interests. 



STUDENT LIFF. 



Some students prefer "intellectual" entertainment. 



Now what were we discussing? Oh yes, Hl'RRICAM B 



"Bab> . for J ou I'll play anything!" 





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'Shake it out, baby!" 





"I have your name, but what's your phone number?" 



ON AND OFF CAMPUS 



"Yes, cross my heart." 



'Thought you weren't ticklish." 




Who says we can't have our own hootenany? 




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SOCIAL LIFE 



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"Sure was a great game 



. Now where would you girls like to 



There were new "twists" to learn. 




Please. ma\ I ha\e this dance?' 




Bah> , what you haven't got 




ON CAMPUS 




you don't need! 




"Is this the way you do it?" 



Claude always makes up his own twist. 




Wake up, Maureen, you're missing all the fun! 



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MINISTRATION 



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PRESIDENT 



We learn from our Potpourri that students of North- 
western State College work and play with vim and good 
humor. The visual record of the years proves that many 
forms of our college life have changed greatly. We operate 
in a new social order. 

One outstanding aspect of this is the unprecedented provi- 
sion of opportunities by others. Let us resolve that we shall 
be WOtthy oi this goodness by achieving standards of excel- 
lence that will bring joy to our benefactors, respect from 
even our detractors, and above all growth of that quiet inner 
strength of self without which no man or woman really lives. 



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SYLVAN W NELK UN- 
Dean of Administration 



LEONARD NICHOLS 
Dean of Men 



ADMINISTRATIVE DEANS 



DUDLEY G. FULTON 
Director of Student Relations 





LUCILLE M HENDRICK 
Dean of Women 



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LEO T. ALBRITTEN 

Dean of Graduate School and 

Dean of Instruction 



ETTA A. HINCKER 
Dean of the School of Nursing 



JOHN A. JONES 
Dean of the School of Education 



ACADEMIC DEANS 



GEORGE A. STOKES 
Dean of the School of Arts and Sciences 



DAVID TOWNSEND 

Dean of the School of Applied Arts 

and Sciences 




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OTIS CREW 
Registrar 



LONETA GRAVES 
Auditor 



THOMAS HENNIGAN 
Director of Audio Visual Service Center 



TANDY W. McELWEE 
Director of Testing Service 



GENIE QUINN 
A.-v-istant to the Dean of Women 



ADMINISTRATIVE 
SERVICES 







EARL C COULON 
\ctmg Director of News Bureau 



HAL TOWNSEND 
Director of Men's Housing 



WELDON WALKER 
Purchasing Agent 



JOE WEBB 
Alumni and Placement Secretary 






DEPARTMENT OF 
AGRICULTURE 




Left to Right: Melvin Stevens, Ralph Fell, Hal Townsend. 



RALPH FELL 



DEPARTMENT HEADS AND FACULITY 



Standing, Left to Right: Orville Hanchey, James C. Thorn, Howard Hull. 



DEPARTMENT OF 
ART 




ORVILLE HANCHEY 




DEPARTMENT OF 
BACTERIOLOGY 




Left to Right: Dr. Paul J. Thompson, Dr. Rene Bienvenu. 
Not Pictured: Dr. Varley Young. 



RENE BIENVENU 





DEPARTMENT OF 
BIOLOGY 




W G ERWIN 



DEPARTMENT OF 
BUSINESS 




N B. MORRISON 



First Row, Left to Right: Mrs Willia Dean Hamby, Dr. Ruth Bruner. Mrs. Judy 
Boone, Mrs. Janell Rue, Mrs. Christene McPherson. Second Row. I>eft to Right: 
H. N. Towry. Jr., C. R. McPherson. N. B. Morrison, C. R Fletcher Third Row. Left 
to Right: Joseph W. Johnson, Robert H. Ea-U-y. W.ivne Robbins. W. J. Pardue. 
David Townsend. 

DEPARTMENT HEADS AND FACULTY 



DEPARTMENT OF 
EDUCATION AND 
PSYCHOLOGY 




CAESAR B MOODY 



Seated. Left to Right: Dr Caesar B. Moody, Dr. Lisso R. Simmons, Mrs. Mildred 
H. Bailey. Dr. M.irv Jo Harris. Dr. Raymond A. McCov, Dr. John B. Robson. Stand- 
ing. Left to Right: Dr George A. Kemp, Dr William F. Beyer, Jr.. Dr John A 
Jones, Kenneth U. Hackney, Dr. John E Morrow, Robert M. Oswald, Dr. W. Avery 
Philp Not Pictured: Dr. Leo T. Allbritten. Dr Tandy Mc-Klwee. Dr. Leonard Fow- 
ler. 





Seated, Left to Right: Allen Bonnette, Dr. Duane S. Slaughter, Dr. Charles Thomas, 
John Marcinko, Paul C. Marx, Dr. Robert Alost. Standing, Left to Right: Mrs. Peggy 
W. Martain, Dr. Colleen Nelken, Mrs. Melba O'Quinn, Dr. Guy Nesom, Dr. Violet 
Davion, Mrs. Jewel Richie, Miss Joyce Hillard. 



DEPARTMENT OF 
HEALTH AND 
PHYSICAL EDUCATION 




GUY NESOM 



DEPARTMENT HEADS AND FACULTY 



Standing, Left to Right: Ruby S. Dunkelman, Francis F. Halm, Marie S. Dunn, Mar- 
garet W. Ackel. Seated: Mary Ester Roberson. 



DEPARTMENT OF 
HOME ECONOMICS 




RUBY 
DUNCKELMAN 




DEPARTMENT OF 
INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION 



» eft to Right: Walter J. Robinson, Tommy Dunagan, Walter Weffenstette, Robert 
Hammond, Dwayne Gilbert, Charles Wommack, Thomas Jordan. 




WALTER J. 
ROBINSON 





DEPARTMENT OF 
I ANGUAGES 




First Row. Lcfl to Kiuht: II n Nesom, Dr. Edna West, Miss Carol Johnson. 

ICtS Ellis Marie V Bettyi H Kfalg, Mrs Corinne M Kyland. Second 

Row, Lcfl i" Right: lira Marie Fletcher, lira Ora Williams. Miss Jimmic Carol 
Still. Ml-s Eve Mouton. Mrs Olsa Webber. Miss Amy J. Sparks. Mrs Marv M Mc- 
Eniry. Mrs Mildred L Corl. \ Third Row. Uft to Right: Frank M il C 

Coulon. Waldo Dunnington. Joseph Pittman, Eh-. W. A. Tornwall, E. M. Webber. 



maam 

W. A. TORNWALL 




DEPARTMENT OF 
LIBRARY SCIENCE 




EUGENE WATSON 



Standing. Left to Right: Louis Germany. Claire H. Greene, Lucille T. Carnahan, 
Olive L Roberts, Robert L Cain. Eleanor Hollis, Ruth Swinson, Donald N. Mac- 
Kinzic Seated: Dr. Watson. Not Pictured: {Catherine Bridges. 



DEPARTMENT HEADS AND FACULTY 



DEPARTMENT OF 
MATHEMATICS 



s.atcd. Left to Right: Mrs. Barbara T. Yeates, Miss Kathleen Bailey, Mrs. Vera G 
Raw-son FirM Row: Dr. William E. Timon, Jr., G. Edwin Miller, Sam W. Shelton. 
Second Row: Thomas Boone. Russell Whittinirton, Jr . Bobby Waldron. Clint Pine 




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W E TIMON. JR 




DEPARTMENT OF 
MILITARY SCIENCE 




COL. LEE JAMES 




Front Row, Left to Right: Sgt. Perry Lyman, Col. Lee James. Back Row, Left to 
Right: Sgt. John Marcum, Sgt. Wanel Brister, Sgt. Edgar Odom, Sgt. Elmer Mc- 
Bride, Major Marion L. Burn, Jr., Major Raymond Hopkins. 



DEPARTMENT OF 
MUSIC 




JOSEPH B. 
CARLUCCI 




Seated, Left to Right: Miss Elanor Brown, Miss May Beville. Standing, Left to Right: 

Dr. Joseph B. Carlucci, Barney Tiller, Dr. Paul Torgrimson, Gordon Flood, Edward 
Tarratus, George Gibson, Dr. Abram Plum, Dewight David, John Maltese. 



DEPARTMENT HEADS AND FACULTY 



DEPARTMENT OF 
NURSING 




ETTA HINKER 



Front Row, Left to Right: Miss Louise Lang, Miss Etta Hinker, Miss Ila Steinkamp, 
Miss Mary Ellyn Chadwick. Back Row, Left to Right: Miss Frances Dalme, Miss 
Frances Pingrey. 





First K..vs. Laf| (,. Right: I)r Alan H Onto, Mr Alfred L. Ducournau Second 
Bo* Left «" Mfht: I': I. Rhmdas, Dr. Edward T Radley, I)r H Wayne 

Ilurd Row, Left to Right: Dr Jan Mr Archie K Deason Mr John 

R Clemen t>. Mr Bert B Bo\d 



DEPARTMENT OF 
PHYSICAL SCIENCE 




ALAN H CROSBY 




DEPARTMENT OF 
SOCIAL SCIENCES 




YVONNE PHILLIPS 



Standing. LcA to Right: Toni H Wells, Le Grand J Weller, C R Benson, Le Roi 
E. Eversull. Harrell McCullough. G. D Healey. Bert Helm. Richard Worthey, John 
L. Bean, Dr. Robert V. Andelson, Hiram F. Gregory, Rade Radasinovich, Donald 
M Rairion Seated: Marietta LeBreton. Dr. Yvonne Phillips, Ora V. Watson. Not 
Pictured: Jane C. Nahm. William C. Culp. 

DEPARTMENT HEADS AND FACULTY 



DEPARTMENT OF 
SPECIAL EDUCA I ION 




LEE T 



Front Row. Ix-ft to Right: Richard Galloway. John D Noles Second Row. Ix-ft to 
Right: Hunt Hall. Dr. Charles E. Palmer. E. Hayes Pi.. thro. Mr.-- Virginia QiDMB, 
Mrs Shirley Lucius 





Standing, Left to Right: Charles Ragus, West Hall; Barry Dillard, 
D Frame; Bruce Holland, Bienvill Hall; Leonard Miller, Rebel 
Hall. Seated, Left to Right: Mrs. Dolly Hendrick, Kate Chopin; 
Mrs. Ruth Weber, Prudhomme; Mrs. Mae Rhodes, Sheib Hall. 



Standing, Left to Right: Mrs. Irble Shaddock, South Natchitoches; 
Mrs. Tommie Nugent, East Varnado; Mrs. Elzora Lee, Agnes 
Morris; Mrs. Genevieve McGee, Carondelet; Mrs. Myrtle Collins, 
Audubon; Mrs. Ann Dunnam, Louisiana Hall. Seated, Left to 
Right: Mrs. Dorothy Bowen, East Caddo; Mrs. Jetta Thibodeaux, 
North Natchitoches; Mrs. Catherine Kirkland, West Varnado. 



MEN'S HOUSING 
DIRECTORS 



WOMEN'S HOUSING 
DIRECTORS 



CAMPUS SECURITY 



Standing, Left to Right: Billy Heckel, Chief James K. Lee, James 
Prewitt, Tommy Bonner, Jack Eversull, James Randolph. 




INFIRMARY 



Left to Right: Mrs. Emma Miller, Mrs. Lula Phillips, Mrs. Opal 
Gimbert. 




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FEATURES 






Chosen from a field of thirty semi-finalists. Miss 
Sherry Boucher was named the 1964 Lady of the 
Bracelet in a pagent sponsored by the Potpourri. Mitt 
Boucher is a freshman speech major from Springhill. 

The judges for the pagent this year were Major 
General James Skeldon of Ft. Polk. R. J. Fertitta of 
Leesville, and Representative Burt A. Adams of Lees- 
ville. 

The beauties were selected on the basis of poise, fa- 
cial and figure beauty. The Lady of the Bracelet and 
her court are pictured in the order of their selection 





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LADY OF THE BRACELET 



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Mhkosi Plantation 



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DUNCKLEMAN HOME 



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Taylor Home 



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Oakland Pi \ station 



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Old LfMrr Housr 



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Old Spiral Staircase 



K^fau/e J^jouttc 




Miss Charlotte McCalla 

Miss Potpourri 



MISS POTPOURRI 



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Joyce Daw 
Most Studious 



AND COURT 



Lucy Joiner 
Best Personality 



Pat Cooper 
Most Ambitious 




Barbara Martin 
Most Congenial 




Sandra Joyce 
Most Involved in 
Student Politics 



Judy Joiner 
Most Talented 








Georgia Blair 
Best Dressed 




CECILIA SHEA 



STATE FAIR QUEEN 



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Nancy Clayton 



Linda Hansford 



Wilma Hunt 



AND COURT 





Jeannie Marler 



Sherry Boucher 




Chris Newsome 





Carolyn Thomas 



Charlotte Hill 




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CELIA ANN WILLIS 



HOMECOMING QUEEN 



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SUE BREEDLOVE 





SUZANNE LeDOUX 



CHERYL YARBROUGH 



AND COURT 





SHARON BERLITZ 



BRENDA ODOM 



CATHERINE COOK 





NANCY CLAYTON 



BUNNY MASINGILL 




KATHERINE BERRY, ZZ2 

Sophomore Women's Representative 

President of Senior Class 

Sigma Sigma Sigma Vice-President, 

1963-1964 
Kappa Delta Pi 



THOMAS CARSON 

Student Body Treasurer. 1962-1963 

President of Blue Key 

Vice-President of Senior Class 

President of Beta Beta Beta 




BUTCH CHASE 

Vice-President of Junior Clan 

Student Body Treasurer, 1963-1964 

Student Council 

Treasurer of Blur Ke\ 



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WHO'S 




CECIL CHOPIN 
Chi Gamma Phi 
Phi Eta Sigma 
Phi Kappa Phi 
Blue Key 



JESSE CROOKS 

President of Junior Class, 1962-1963 

Blue Key 

Student Council 




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JOYCE DAW 

Beta Beta Beta Secretary, 1963-64 
Potpourri Beauty, 1962-63 
Bacteriology Club 



HAYWARD HARGRAVE, JR. 
Freshman Class President, 1960-61 

SLTA 
Student Body President, 1963-64 





ROY GENTRY 

Blue Key 

Beta Beta Beta 

Football, 1960-63 

All GSC Award, 1963 



FOrmery called the Hall of Fame, this section of hon- 
oraries became affiliated with the Who's Who in Ameri- 
can Colleges and Universities this year. 




LUCY JOINER zss 

Miss N.S.C. 
Purple Jackets 
Head Cheerleader 
Demonettes 



SUSIE GUIDRY ili: 

Purple Jackets 

Homecoming Court, 1962 

Kappa Delta Pi 

President, Sigma Sigma Sigma, 1963-64 



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WHO'S WHO 





JANIE JONES 

President. Purple Jackets, 1963-64 

Kappa Delta Pi 

Judiciary Board 

AWS Corresponding Secretary, 1962-63 



SANDRA JOYCE Z22 

Vice-President of Women, 1963-64 

Sophomore Class Secretary-Treasurer, 

1961-62 

Student Council 

Sigma Sigma Sigma Treasurer 




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WALTER LEDET 

Beta Beta Beta 

Phi Eta Sigma 

Chi Gamma Phi 

Varsity Basketball 



THELLIE LEVEE 

Purple Jackets, 1963-1964 

Sigma Alpha Iota 

Homecoming Court, 1962 









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MALCOLM LOE 

Blue K.v Reporter, 1963-64 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Pi Omega Pi 



L3fe 



PATSY LOWDERBACK 

Cheerleader, 1960-62 

Potpourri Beauty, 1960 

State Fair Court, 1961 

R.O.T.C. Sponsor, 1961 





SIDNEY MATTHEWS 

Beta Beta Beta 

Blue Key 

Phi Kappa Phi 

R.O.T.C. Commander, 1963-64 



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CHARLOTTE McCALLA AZ 
Euthenics Club, Vice President, 1961-62 
State Fair Court, 1961-62 
President Panhellenic, 1962-63 
President of Delta Zeta, 1963-64 



CARROLL SLACK 

Beta Beta Beta 

Blue Key 

Student Council 

President of Associated Men Students 



GLENN TALBERT 
"N" Club President, 1963 
Varsity Football, 1960-63 
All G.S.C. Award, 1963 
Varsity Track, 1960-63 



LEONARD MILLER 

Phi Kappa Phi 

Phi Eta Sigma 

Blue Key 

Black Knights Commander 





GREEK 







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LIFE 










-63 

L— *. to 



Gads! I've got to stop using that greasy kid stuff! 




I thought there were laws against child lahor! 



DORMITORY LIFE . 



Who needs sheets? 



Look ma. no cavities! 




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Once upon a midnight dreary, 
As I pondered, weak and weary 



A HOME AWAY FROM HOME 



Louisiana Hall's answer to the "Greasy Spoon." 



Ma Webber's "Angels 





75 




Time out in the hus> schedule of the children to have their pic- 
tures taken. 







Nurses receive last-minute instructions from Ben 
( MM . 



NORTHWESTERN STUDENTS PREPARE 



Nursing students learn more about medications. 



Mrs. Williams points out English assignments for television 
classes. 





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Home Economics students attend nursery labs to learn 
more about children. 



FOR LATER LIFE 



Gaining experience behind a camera. 



Close contact with patients is desirable for student nurses to 
realize problems that will arise in dealing with them. 





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FIELDHOUSE FROLICS 







'()<><)PS. >ou i. tujjhi me!' 



Vp.irlmrnts for marrU"d students 



NSC'S MARRIED STUDENTS 

Vets' town is a popular place for Northwestern State 
College married students. It is located within walking 
distance of the campus, which enables the students to 
be on time to classes and to participate in college ac- 
tivities. 

Homework, classes, and housework make quite a 
busy schedule for the married students at North- 
ern. 



Time out from stunSirtj; lo wash the dishes 




LIFE AMONG THE MARRIED 



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Comforts dormitories do not have. 



Wives of married students who live on campus do household 
chores in community atmosphere. 




STUDENTS 



Well, have I got everything? 



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CLASS 



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GRADUATES 




CHARLES HAROLD AINSWORTH. Shreveport; Social Sci- 

I'lUl s 

ANN H AUENSON. Alexandria; Mathematics. 

DIXIE LYNNE BERRY. Natchitoches; Elementary Edui.ti.ri 

THEDA GAIL BLANCHARD. Natchitoches; Primary Educa- 
tion 



II 

JAMES P BOYD, Natchitoch.s. Chemistry 
ROBERT DOYLE BROWN. Shreveport; Physical Educti-.n 
MARIAN ANN DOTY. Shreveport; Dementary Education 
DANIEL BRUBACHER. JR . New Orleans; Zoology. 



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HO YET LYNN CHANCE, Florien; Zoology. 
WILLIAM S. COUVILLION, Natchitoches; History 
LANNIE RAY FLETCHER, Colfax; Business. 
JAMAL GHAEMI. Teheran, Iran; Bacteriology. 



IV 

DOUGLAS HARKNESS, Sibley; Mathematics 
ALVIN B. JEANFREAU, JR., Natchitoches; Social Sciences. 
VANCE LYNNE JEANFREAU, Natchitoches; Social Science*. 
GEORGE WARDEN KRUMM, Hackberry; Bacteriology. 



MARGARET ANN LAND. Natchitoches; Mathematics. 
MICHAEL MOORE, Dobson; Art. 
DELL MORGAN, Natchitoches; Primary' Education. 
WARREN T PRICE JR., Ethel; P.E and Upper Elementary. 



VI 

HENRY HERBERT RICARD, Denham Springs; Zoology. 
JAMES SIMMONS, Bradley. Arkansas; Health and P.E 
SUDHIR N DALAL Baroda. India; Mathematics 
MYRTLE LEE THOMPSON. Pollock; Mathematics. 



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CAPT RICHARD D VAN ZANDT. Barksdale AFB; Bacteri- 
ology 

MARY CHRISTINE WALKER. Natchitoches; Home Economics 



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SENIORS 



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Concerning education Abraham Lincoln wrote. ' 
will study and get ready and perhaps my chance 
come." 

We the Senior Class of 1964 at Northwestern State 
College have reached this point or, one may say, the 
stopping stone that will give us our chance as mature 
adults and responsibilities that go along with being 
adults. 

We are about to put all of our four years of study into 

use. and our big question is "will it work?" To prove 

ourselves by being successes in our respective profcs- 

our challenge, and some of us may feel a little 

app 

We leave at Northwestern memories of mistakes. 
failure*, and stICCfea We have profited from our mis- 
takes and failures, and our successes have given us 
much needed encouragement. We look forward to an 
entirely different life with even more things to learn 
frni our mistakes, failures, and successes 

These words found in our Alma Mater express our 
munis at this time: 

We know not here our paths ma\ go. 
But thou'lt uphold us still we know." 



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KATHERINE BERRY 
President 





THOMAS CARROLL CARSON 
Vice President 




SENIOR 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 




LYNDA EDWARDS 
Secretary 



LEWIS STAHL 
Men's Representative 



CAROL GIVENS 
Women's Representative 



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SENIORS 



LINDA JEAN ADAMS. Mansfield; Primary Education S L I 

itsr 

THOMAS MORRIS ADGER. JR . Gilliam; MarkeUntf 

CHARLA ANN AINSWORTH. Magnolia. Arkansas; Nursing; 
2nd Mdent of Student Bodv; Shreveport CI. Campus 

President B.S.U. 



II 

HKHMAN I- ALBRJTTON. Alexiindn... I menUry Edu- 

cation Dormitory Council 1960; A. U.S. A . 1962 

DIANA GAIL ALDRICH. Webster Groves. M»aouri; Music; 
NSC. Band 1960-65; NSC. Little Svmphonv Orchestra 1960-65. 
S A.I Mu.su- fraternity 1961-65; Chaplain 1962-63; Corresponding 
Secretary 1964-65. 

BETTY FAYE ALEXANDER. Coushatta; Primary Education; 
NSC. Band 1960-63; S.N E.A.; S.LTA. 




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KAREN JOHNSON ALFORD. Colfax; Nursing; President 
B.S.U.; (Shreveport Campus 1962); L.A.S.N 1961-1964 

CHARLES EDWARD ANDERSON III. Shreveport; K.\; Busi- 
ness Administration. 

GERALD DOUGLAS ANDERSON. Logansport; Business Ad- 
ministration. 



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MAUREEN A. ANDREWS. Baton Rouge; ZZX; Nursing; 
L.A.S.N.; N.S.N A.; Junior Representative; A.WS; Art Fire 
Chief B.R.GH. 

JOYCE EVELYN ARDUENGO. Le Compte; Primary Education; 
Campus Beautv 1960; Associate Editor of Current Sauce; Pic- 
quante 1961; SL.TA. 

TOMMY G. ARMSTRONG. Keithville; ITT; Marketing; Varsity 
Baseball; President Sigma Tau Gamma; Sports Editor of Pot- 
pourri; Outstanding staff member of Potpourri; I.F.C.; Alpha Phi 
Gamma. 



ROBERT B. BAILEY. Natchitoches; 
A.U.S.A. 



Electronics; R.O.T.C; 



WILLIAM D BAILEY. Mansfield; Pre-Med. 

THOMAS A BAKER. Natchitoches; P.E ; Baseball 1957-58-61- 
62; "N" Club 57-62. 



VI 

JOHN EDWIN BALL. Ruston; Industrial Arts Education. 

R. NEAL BAREMORE . Shreveport; Business Administration. 

GEORGE F. BARNES. Shreveport; Business Administration. 



VII 

ROBERT I BARRETT, Logansport; Zoology; Blue K. q 

BENNY DOYLE BARRIDGE. Calvin; Bacteriolor 

JANIS JEFFERSON BASS. Shreveport; Primary Education; 
Kappa Delta Pi; SL.TA 



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JERRY O. BASS, Shreveport; Upper Elementary; SLTA. 

JIMMIE DALE BAUGHMAN, Shreveport; Primary Education; 
SLTA; ROTC Sponsor. 

EARNEST JAMES BAXLEY, Winnfield; Agriculture. 



BONNIE SUE BEARD, Pelican; Primary Education; SLTA. 

YVONNE BELGARD, Lecompte; Primary Education; Kappa 
Delta Pi; Sophomore Counselor; Freshman Dorm Vice-Presi- 
dent; Cheerleader Counselor; NSC Chorale. 

SHELLEY EDWARD BENNETT, Shreveport; Chemistry- 
Zoology. 




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KATHERINE BERRY, Waterproof; 222; Home Economics; 
Sophomore Women's Representative; Vice-President for Women; 
President, Senior Class; Kappa Delta Pi; Euthenics Club; Sigma 
Sigma Sigma Recording Secretary, 1962; Vice-President, 1963; 
Panhellenic Representative, 1961. 

LINDA GALE BARNES BERRY, Minden; Nursing; LASN; 
NSNA; AWS. 

TIM LEE BERRY, Benton; Agriculture; Demeter; Black Knights, 
1960-62. 



IV 

JUDY ANN BEST, Sulphur; Nursing. 

GRACE M. BIELKIEWICZ, Shreveport; Nursing; LASN. 

MARY JU ANITA BLACKMON, Baton Rouge; Home Ec.; 
Euthenics Club; Kappa Delta Pi; SLTA; Treasurer, Wesley 
Foundation. 



THELMA DELORES BLALOCK, Saline; English and French; 
Dean of Women's Freshman Award, 1961; AWS Freshman 
Award; Debate Team, 1962; Phi Kappa Phi Freshman Award; 
Current Sauce Staff, 1961; Phi Kappa Phi Sophomore Award, 
1962; Journalist of Tomorrow Club; Demonettes; Nu Sigma Chi; 
Contemporary Dance Club, 1962, 1963. 

WILLIAM E. BLANCHARD, Jonesboro; Upper Elementary. 

GLENDA JOYCE BLAND, Port Allen; Nursing; Westminster 
Fellowship, vice-president, 1960; L.A.S.N. 



VI 

LUTHER PAUL BLEVINS, JR., Simpson; Industrial Technology. 

MILDRED SEBREN BLOUNT, Trout; English; Alpha Beta Alpha 
Recording Secretary, 1964; Kappa Delta Pi. 

MARILYN GAYLE BLUNT, Mansfield; Nursing; LASN; NSNA; 
AWS; Demonettes; Nursing Student Body Treasurer, Shreveport 
Campus. 



VII 

SANDRA BOATRIGHT, Shreveport; AZ; Business Education; 
Delta Zeta Vice-President, 1963; Parliamentarian, 1962-63; Can- 
terbury Club, 1960-61; SLTA, 1963; Potpourri Staff, 1962-63. 

SHARON PAULINE BODIE, Pollock; Home Economics. 

NELLIE JEAN BONNER, Hosston; Upper Elementary. 



SENIORS 




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I 

TOMMIE BONNER. Hornbeck; Agronomy 

EARL S BOOKER. Logansport; Math 

DOROTHY BORLAND. Buckeye; Nursing; L.A5.N 



II 

RITA STORER BOUCHER. Shreveport; NursinR; A.WS.; 
L.A.S.N.; N.S.N-A. 

PATRICIA S. BOUGHTON. Shreveport; Nursing; LA.S.N. 
1961; N.S.N.A. 1961. 

JIMMY BOWEN. JR. Colfax; Government 



SENIORS 




III 

TANYAU GAYE BRACEY. Shreveport; AS; Primary Educa- 
tion; Delta Zeta— Editor; Delta ZeU— Historian ; Kappa Delta Pi; 

S.L.TA. 

JIM J BRADFORD. Georgetown; Upper Elementary Education. 

JAMES HAROLD BRALY. Shreveport; Marketing; Pi Omega 
Pi. 1962-64. President 1963-64. 



IV 

JACKIE L. BRANTLEY. Natchitoches; Business Education; So- 
cial Chairman Freshman Council. B.S.U.; Treasurer, Pi Omega 
Pi 1962-63-64; Honor Roll. 

PERRY L. BRASELL. Natchitoches; Chemistry; Black Knights 
Drill Team. 

GERALDINE BRASHER. Ferridav; P.E and Upper Elementary; 
SL.T.A ; P.E.M. Club. 



DAVID HAROLD BRAY, Pineville; Business Administration. 

MARY ANN BRAY, Shreveport; Dietetics; Wesley Foundation; 
Potpourri; Euthenics; Alpha Phi Gamma. 

CAROLYN HOPE BROUSSARD. Alexandria; Arts and Sci- 
ences, Music; Chorus. 



VI 

JULIA K BROUSSARD, Shreveport; Primary Education. 

LOUIS K. BROUSSARD. Abbeville; Upper Elementary Educa- 
tion. 

JERRILYN BROWN. Grayson; AZA; Home Economics 



VII 

JIMMIE L BROWN. Colfax; Dietetics; Euthenics Club; Fresh- 
man Dormitory Officer. 

EDGAR W BRYAN, Coushatta; English. 

JANELL BULLARD. Zwolle; Home Economics; Euthenics Club; 
SLTA. 



SHARON BURKHALTER, Baton Rouge; Nursing; B.S.U.; 
Sophomore Representative; L.A.S.N.: N.S.N.A.; Delegate to State 
LA.S.N. Convention 1961-62; N.S.NA. National Convention; 
Acting Secretary and L A.S.N. ; A.W.S. Big Sister. 

EUGENE BURROUGHS, Haughton; Industrial Education. 

JERRY BURTON, Shreveport; Health and Physical Education; 
Varsity Football; All-GSC award. 



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STEPHEN A. BURTON, Oil City; Math. 

CATHERINE VIRGINIA BUSH, Bogalusa; Nursing; L.A.S.N. 

DONNA LEE BUSH, Shreeport; 2K; Social Studies Education; 
Demonettes 1959-60, 1962-63; President Sigma Kappa 1962-63; 
Chaplain Sigma Kappa 1963-64; Senior Counselor 1963. 



Ill 

DAVID LEE CALAWAY, Bunkie; Health and Physical Educa- 
tion; Baseball and Basketball. 

CLYDE RAY CALCOTTE, Merryville; Math. 

RUBY R. CARLJLE, Baton Rouge; AZ; Nursing; B.S.U.; 
Demonettes; L.A.S.N., President 1962-63; Vice-President 1961-62; 
Delegate to State L.A.S.N. Convention 1961-62; Delegate to Na- 
tional N.S.NA. Convention 1962; Social Chairman for Y.W.A.; 
Devotional Chairman for B.S.U. 



IV 

ANNE ELIZABETH CARTER, Needham, Massachusetts; Upper 
Elementary Education; Neptune Club; Flamingo Club. 

CHARLES RICHARD CARTER, Forest Hill; Health and Physical 
Education. 

CLARISSA NELL CARTER, Benton; Instrumental Music; Band 
1960-64, Secretary 1961-62; Orchestra 1960-64; Sigma Alpha Iota 
1961-64; Corresponding Secretary 1963 and Chaplain 1964; Phi 
Kappa Phi 1962-64. 



THOMAS CARROLL CARSON, Colfax; Biology; Freshman Class 
Representative; Soph. Class Representative; Student Body 
Treasurer; Tri Beta Treasurer; Vice-President, Blue Key; 
President, Blue Key; Vice-President, Senior Class; Tri Beta 
President; Monitor. 

CAROL ANN CATHEY, Shreveport; Elementary Education. 

BARBARA M. CHAPMAN, Lake Charles; Chemistry; Chi 
Gamma Phi, Vice-President. 



VI 

CLAIRE LEE CHASE, Springhill; Accounting; Junior Class 
Vice-President; Student Body Treasurer; Phi Omega Pi; Phi 
Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa Phi; Blue Key; Secretary-Treasurer, Blue 
Key; Student Council; Dormitory Monitor. 

PEGGY E. CHERRY, Shreveport; Sociology; Canterbury Club; 
Current Sauce, 1959. 

CECIL M. CHOPIN, Natchitoches; Chemistry; Newman Club 
Treasurer, 1961-62; President, 1962-63; Asst. Region Director, 
1963-64; R.O.T.C; Chi Gamma Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; Phi Kappa 
Phi; Blue Key. 



VII 

BARBARA TOOKE CLARK, Ringgold; Home Economics; 
Euthenics Club 1961-65; Sophomore Counselor, 1962. 

MICHAEL DAWSON CLARK, Bunkie; Upper Elementary. 

JAMES W. CLEGG, Shreveport; Upper Elementary; B.S.U. 
Freshman Council 1959-60; Black Knights 1959-63; Black Knights 
Squad Leader 1962-63; B.S.U. Business Manager 1962-63; N.S.C. 
Chorale 1959-61; Blue Key 1961-64; Black Knights Commander, 
Holiday-In-Dixie 1963. 




SENIORS 




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CLYDE ELTON CLOUD, Elizabeth; Business; BL.ck Knights. 
1960-62. Monitor, 1 i*G 1 - ti-4 , Pi Obm p I'i 

JOSEPH GORDON KEITH CLOUTIER. Bermuda; Electronics 

JAMES H COBB, Natchitoches. Accounting. 



II 

JAMES KEITH COLEMAN. Jena; Agronomy; Band 

LESLIE O'NEAL COLLIER, Gilmer, Texas; Health and Physical 
Eduction; Gymnastic Team, 1959-63; Team Captain, 1962-63. 

SANDRA COLLIER, Alexandria; Home Economics; Debate 
Team. 1960-62; Pi Kappa Delta. 1962; Euthenics Club. 1962-64; 
Dorm Officer, 1963-64; Cast, My Sister Eileen, 1963. 



SENIORS 




III 

GROVER C. COLVIN. Minden; Business Education; Varsity 
Football. 1961-64; "N" Club. 

FREDERICK DAVID COMB. Heflin; Government; Parliamen- 
t. hi. in. Student Council, 1963-64. 

NELWYN WYNONA COOK, Jonesboro; Primary Ed.; SLTA; 
Kappa Delta Pi; AWS Big Sister. 



IV 

GERALD GLEN COOLEY, Slagle; Math. 

SHARON FRANCES CORBELL, Sprinnhill; Upper Elem ; 
SLTA; Flamingos; Kappa Delta Pi; Alpha Beta Alpha; AWS Bik 
Sister. 

RONALD CURTIS CORLEY, Alexandria; Speech; Davis Play- 
ers; Associate Editor of Current Sauce; Treasurer, Alpha Phi 
Gamma. 



THEODORE S. CORMIER, Lake Charles; Industrial Arts Ed. 

KIT N. CORSON. Houston. Texas; Physical Education; NSC 
Rodeo Club. Flamingo Club; Canterbury Club; PEM Club. 

DAVID E. COSBY. Winnfield; Sociology. 



VI 

GILBERT L. COSSE. Port Sulphur; ITT; Marketing. 
LEROY JOSEPH COSSfi. Port Sulphur. Physical Education 
GLENDON E. COVINGTON, Plain Dealing. Agriculture 



VII 

D EUGENE COX. Longstreet; Health and Physical Education 
BILLY R CRAFT. Anacoco; Zoology; Demeter. 
CHARLES EDWARD CRANFORD. Winneld; Agriculture. 



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THOMAS VERNON CRAWFORD, Plain Dealing; Agriculture; 
Demeter; NSC Rodeo Club. 

IRIS D. CREED, Natchitoches; Upper Elem. 

REBECCA CREWS, Buckeye; Nursing; Dean of Women's Award, 
1961; Panhellenic Award, 1962; LASN. 



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JESSE W. CROOKS, Jena; Sociology; Student Council; Blue 
Key; President, Junior Class; Mr. NSC, 1963. 

ROBERT LEONARD CRONE, Zwolle; Business Adm. 

BLAN MAXWELL CROSS, Monterey; Agriculture. 




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ELTON CUPPLES, Lena; Accounting and Business Adm.; Pi 
Omega Pi; Dormitory Monitor; International Students Club. 

LYNN DALTON, Jonesville; Health and Physical Ed.; Phi 
Epsilon Kappa. 

NANCY SHARON DANIEL, Heflin; Physical Education; Kappa 
Delta Pi. 



IV 

SAM DAUZAT, Alexandria; 2Tr; Upper Elem. Ed.; AMS, 
1960-61; Cheerleader, 1961-63; SLTA. 

ROBERT DAVENPORT, Port Sulphur; Animal Husbandry; 
Demeter; National Demeter President, 1963-64; Agriculture Day 
President, 1962 and 1963; Vice-President of Demeter at NSC, 
1963-64. 

MARCIA CLAUDETTE DAVIS, Natchitoches; Economics. 



SENIORS 



JOYCE E. DAW, Logansport; Bacteriology; Tri-Beta Secretary, 
1963-64; Bacteriology Club; Potpourri Beauty, 1962-63. 

JO ANN DeHABERMANN, Bossier City; Upper Elem; AWS Big 
Sister; SLTA; Senior Counselor; Staff Assistant. 

JAMES RUPERT DELK, Alexandria; Math. 



VI 

MAURY DENNIS, Lake Charles; Math; Freshman Associate to 
Student Council, 1960-61; Dormitory Council, 1961-63; Track, 
1962-64; "N" Club, 1962-64; Blue Key. 

BARBARA THOMPSON DERRICK, Shreveport; Speech and 
Hearing Therapy. 

ARTHUR H. DEW, Shreveport; Speech; Alpha Beta Alpha. 



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BARRY LEE DILLARD, Shreveport; Electronics. 

JOHN M. DISTEFANO, Alexandria; Electronics and Math. 

MARY EARLINE DOIRON, Alexandria; English; Debate, 
1960-62; Flamingoes, 1961; Current Sauce, 1961; Alpha Beta 
Alpha, 1962-64; Pi Kappa Delta, 1962-64; Phi Kappa Phi, 1963-64; 
Kappa Delta Pi, 1963-64. 




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C HA.HLES EDMOND DOTY. Shreveport; UK* Business Admin- 
istration. 

GENE DEWEY DOUSAY. Hineslon; Upper Elementary 

JOSEPH G DOW. Leesville; Mathematics 



II 

BARBARA JEAN DOWDEN. Oil Citv; i-il Business Education; 
Beauty, 1959; Pledge Vice-President. 1959; Cheerleader. 1960-61, 
ROTC Sponsor. 1960; State Fair Queen. 1960; Lady oi the 
Bracelet, 1961. 

GWENDA SUE DOWDEN. Florien; Science Education 

LEO C DUCOTE, Belcher; Animal Husbandry 



SENIORS 




III 

BETTY CHRISTINE DUGGAN. Lake Charles; Biology; Tn 
Beta, 1963; Sophomore Counselor, 1962-63; Sr. Representative of 
J.D. Board. 

ROBERT EARL DUGGAN. Many; Accounting 

DALE NORWOOD DUKE, Baton Rouge; Spanish. 



IV 

ELIZABETH McMANEMIN DUNN. Shreveport; Social Welfare. 

CLARENCE DURAND. Pollock; Mathematics; SLTA; Kappa 
Delta Pi. 

SYLVIA THELMA DURHAM. Natchitoches; Nursing; Phi 
Kappa Phi; I.ASN; BSU Freshman Council; NSNA. 



LYNDA ALYNE EDWARDS, Vivian; Spanish; Demonette*. 
1961-62; Dormitory President, 1961-62; Spanish Club President. 
1961-62; AWS Big Sister, 1962; Senior Counselor. 1962-64; ABA. 
1962-64; Kappa Delta Pi, 1963-64; Phi Kappa Phi; Dormitory 
Officer. 1963-64. 

FRANCES NELLE ERWIN, Lake Providence; M, Dietetics 
Institution Mgt.; Euthenics Club; Wesley Foundation; AWS; 
Dormitory Officer; Sophomore Counselor. 

JACK W EVERSULL. JR.. Bossier City; Business Administra- 
tion and Accounting. 



VI 

LOIS MARILYN EZERNACK. Zwolle; Accounting 



BARBARA 
LASN 



GAYLE FAIRCHILD. Baker; Nursing, NSNA; 



RITA McINNIS FAITH. Shreveport; Upper Elementary Educa- 
tion; ROTC Sponsor. 1961-62 



VII 

RALPH WILLIAM FAITH. Shreveport; Business Education 

HOWARD WAYNE FANNING. Hayn.svill.-. Accounting. 

MICHAEL JOSEPH FAUCHER. Detroit. Michigan; KA; Ac- 
counting 



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CHARLES MOISE FAVROT, Belle Chasse; Health and P.E.; N 
Club, 1962. 

WANDA GAYLE FERGUSON, Bernice; Nursing; LASN; NSNA; 
Student Council Officer, Shreveport Campus; B.S.U. Council, 
Shreveport Campus. 

DIANNE W. FISHER, Natchitoches; English; Purple Jackets, 
1963. 



JERRY F. FLANAGAN, Zwolle; Math and Physics; B.S.U. Exe- 
cutive Council, 1963. 

PATRICIA GAIL FLETCHER, Logansport; Co-Departmental 
Science Ed.; SLTA; International Students Club. 

ANN ROBERSON FOWLER, Shreveport; Upper Elementary 
Education; SLTA; NEA; Phi Kappa Phi. 



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FRED M. FRASER, Many; KA; Business Administration. 

JANICE ANN FREEMAN, Houma; 2K; Sociology; Alpha Phi 
Gamma; Sigma Kappa Pledge President, 1962-63; Senior Coun- 
selor, 1961-64; Dormitory Officer, 1962-63; Current Sauce Society 
Editor, 1963-64; Newman Club, 1960-64; Sigma Kappa, Geron- 
tology Chairman, 1963-64; AWS Council; Dormitory Vice- 
President; Newman Club Historian. 

JANETTE FRIDAY, Chestnut; Primary Education; Dormitory 
Officer; SLTA. 



IV 

JANET ANN FRUGE, Vinton; Primary Education; Flamingos; 
SLTA. 

CHARLES R. FULCO, JR., Shreveport; IIK*; Social Sciences; 
Fraternity Parliamentarian; NSC Chorale; Reserve Officers 
Training Corps; Interfraternity Council; Gymnastics Team; 
International Club; Black Knights Drill Team. 

CHARLES S. GALLIEN, Cloutierville; History. 



RAGAN GANTT, Jennings; KA Accounting; Business Manager, 
Current Sauce, 1963; Pi Omega Pi; Pre -Law Club; Alpha Phi 
Gamma. 

DIANE GATES, Shreveport; Upper Elementary. 

TOMMY STEVE GAY, Shreveport; Electronics. 



VI 

ROY B. GENTRY, JR., Natchitoches; Biology; N Club, 1960-63; 
Football, 1960-63; Baseball; Secretary -Treasurer N Club, 1962-63; 
Blue Key National Honor Fraternity; Tri Beta. 

ROBERT DALE GEOGHAGAN, Many; Accounting. 

LOREE GETER, Robeline; Nursing; AWS; LASN; NSNA. 



VII 

JOHN S. GHOLSON, Vivian; TKE; Social Science; Demonaires, 
1961-62; Phi Mu Alpha, 1961; Contemporary Dance Club, 1962-63. 

JOSEPH F. GIGLIO, Shreveport; TKE; Business Administration; 
Treasurer, TKE, 1962; President, TKE 1963-64; Secretary-Treas- 
urer Dormitory Council, 1962-63; Vice-President, Dormitory 
Council, 1963-64. 

ROBERT ALEX GIMBERT, Natchitoches; XTr; English; Alpha 
Beta Alpha. 



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SENIORS 




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>l ANN (UPSON. Jonesboro. Medical Technology Tn- 
B.i., Ltd 

CAROL ANN GIVENS, Shreveport, 11 1, Sociology. Freshman 
Dorm President. Senior Women's RoprONntath .■. KoopOT of thr 
Grades for 111 soiontv 

LINDA SHARON GOODWIN Monro*; Zoology; Tn-Beta; Chi 

Gamma Phi; Sophomore Counselor. 



CHARLES E GORDON. Forest Hill. Economics; Dormitorv 

Monitor 

CHARLES G0UTH1ERD. Shreveport; Education; Lambda Chi 
Alpha; ColkfO Threatre. 1960-61. 

CHARLES L GOWLAND, Morgan City; History and Business 

Administration. 



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TOMMY DOYLE GRAFTON, Bernice; Physical Education and 
Upper Elementary; N Club; Baseball Manager. 

HERBERT LESLIE GRAHAM. JR.. Natchitoches UK*; Business 
Education. 

MARY JEAN GROLL, MoorinRsport. \1 \; Health and P.E. and 
Upper Elementary Education; ASA Chaplain; SLTA; PEM Club; 
Dormitor\ Pre.sid« nt. Wesley Foundation 



IV 

MAROLYN GUIDRY. Raceland; 111; Home Economics Educa- 
tion; Demonettes; AWS Council, 61. 62, 63; Sophomore Counselor. 
61-62; Purple Jacket Award. 61-62; Purple Jacket. 62-64; Home- 
coming Court, 62-63; Potpourri Court, 62-63; Judiciary Board 
62-63; Potpourri Staff. 62-63; Vice-President. 62-63; Pr. sul.nt. 
63-64; Nu Sigma Chi. 

LUCILLE GUILLORY. Hessnu-r; Nun-ing; LASN; NASN; YWA 
President, Baton Rouge Division. 

DOROTHY F. GUNTER, Lecompte; Primary Education; AWS 
Big Sister; Sophomore Counselor; SLTA. 



SHERIAN HADSKEY, Jackson; Home Economics; AIM. 

RAY P. HALE. Modesto, California; Health and P.E ; Track and 
Cross Country 

GLORIA ANN HALEY, Winnfield; Nursing. 



VI 

JUDY W HALL. Bossier City; Nursing. 

JANICE HAMMETT, Ringgold; Primary Education 

CHARLES E HAMMOND, JR . Shreveport; Electronics 



VII 

LINDA HALL HAMMOND, Shreveport; Primary Education 

DONALD LEE HANCHEY. DcRIDDER; Social Science 

LINDA HANSFORD. Doyline; 111; English; Demonettes. 1961; 
Contemporary Dance Club. 61-62; State Fair Court. 1964 



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J. T. HANSON, Atlanta; Upper Elementary; Dormitory Presi- 
dent. 

JAMES H. HARDIN, Tioga; Health and P.E. and Upper Elemen- 
tary Ed.; Varsity Basketball. 

SONNY HARGROVE, JR., Minden; Education; Freshman Class 
President; BSU Freshman Council, 1960-61; Sophomore Class 
President, 1961-62; Student Body Vice-President, 1962-63; ASA 
Man of the Year, 1962-63; SLTA, 1962-64; Student Body Presi- 
dent, 1963-64; Southern Universities Student Bog. Association 
Delegate, 1961-63; Student Alumni Association Member, 1963-64. 



LINDA HARPER, Newellton; Physical Education. 

MARION PATRICIA HARTZO, Vivian; 222; Primary Educa- 
tion; SLTA. 

LAURIE HAND HARRIS, Natchitoches; Home Economics Edu- 
cation; BSU Freshman Council, 1961; Sophomore Counselor, 
1962; Tri Beta, 1962; BSU Executive Council, 1962-63; Kappa 
Delta Pi, 1962-63; Purple Jackets, 1963. 



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JUDITH RAY HARWELL, Vivian; Nursing; NASN; Demonettes. 

VIRGINIA ANN HEAD, Benton; Business Education. 

EDWARD HEARON, Natchitoches; Upper Elementary Educa- 
tion. 



IV 

CARLTON M. HERPIN, Kaplan; Physical Education and Upper 
Elementary Education; Intramural Council, 1960-64; All Intra- 
mural Council, 1960-64; All Intramural Award. 

JAMES M. HERRING, Newellton; Agriculture. 

MARY KATHLEEN HICKS, Natchitoches; Speech Therapy; 
Alpha Psi Omega; Secretary of Davis Players. 



MICHAEL K. HILBURN, Bossier City; Agriculture. 

JANE LESLIE HILL, Archibald; Nursing; LASN. 

ELIZABETH A. HILTON, Natchitoches; Business Education; 
SITA; TAWS; Alpha Beta Alpha; BSU. 



VI 

LEWIS C. HINES, Many; Mathematics. 

PATSY YORK HODNETT, Jonesville; A2A; Primary Education. 

LUCILLE HOLSTON, Dry Prong; Upper Elementary Education. 



VII 

WAYNE CODY HOOPER, Mansfield; Accounting and Business, 
Associated Men's Students, 1960-61; Dormitory Officer, 1960-61; 
BSU. 

RUBY ELIZABETH HOYT, Cheneyville; Nursing; Associate 
Member to Student Council, 1961. 

BARBARA ANN HUMBLE, Baton Rouge; AZ; Nursing; Shreve- 
port President of Student Body; President of La. Association of 
Student Nurses; Chairman of National Student Nurse Association 
Membership Committee; Delegate to NSNA Convention, 1962-63; 
Advisor to LASN. 




SENIORS 




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HERMAN DONALD HUMPHREY. Cotton Valley; Physical Edu- 
cation, Baseball. 

PATRICIA GAY ISBELL. Shreveport; Upper ElemenUry Edu- 
cation; SLTA; Dormitory President; BSU Executive Council 

JERRY S JAMES. Natchitoches; TKK; Mathematics. 



II 

THERMAN JAMES. Pitkin; Upper ElemenUry Education 

MARY KATHRYN JANES. Natchitoches; Piano; Sigma Alpha 
Iota; Wesley Foundation; Accompanist for NSC Chorale; Orches- 
tra; Band. 

E DAVID JARRETT. Shreveport; Marketing 



SENIORS 




III 

JACK D JETER. Shreveport; KA; Business Administration. 
K.\ President; Interfraternity Council. 

JUDITH ANN JOBE, Daingerfield, Texas; Art; Wesley Council; 
Kappa Pi. 

JAMES REID JOHNSON. Verda; Electronics; Vice-President. 
Industrial Arts Club; Radio Ameteurs Club. 



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PATRICIA ANN JOHNSON. Natchitoches; Speech; Treasurer. 
Davis Players; ABA Historian; ABA Vice-President 

COSBY DAWSON JOINER. JR. Metairie; Industrial Vocational 
Education. 

LUCY JOINER. Shreveport; 11- ; Upper ElemenUry Education; 
Demonettes, 1960-62; 111 Secretary. 1963-64; Cheerleader. 1962- 
63; Head Cheerleader, 1963-64; Purple Jackets, 1962-64; Miss 
NSC. 1963-64; Best Personality. Pot Pourri Court, 1963-64. 



ARTHUR G. JONES, Baton Rouge; Physical Education; Demon 
Mascot. 1963-64; SLTA 

BETTY RUTH JONES. Converse; Home Economics; BSU. YWA 
President, 1962; BSU, 1960-63. 

DAVID PAUL JONES, Hefltn; Sociology 



VI 

JANIE MAE JONES Lwsvillc; Primary Education; Purple 
Jacket President, Secretary; AWS Corresponding Secretary; 
Wesley Foundation President, Vice-President; Kappa Delta Pi; 
SLTA; Sophomore Counselor; Dormitory Officer; Judiciary 
Board. 

HATTIE RUTH JOPLIN. Ferriday; Primary Education; SLTA. 
1960-64. 

FRANCES E. JORDON, Deville; Nursing; BSU Freshman 
Council. 1961; Chapel Vice-President. 1962; LASN, 1962-64; 
NSNA. 1962-64. 



VII 

SANDRA D JOYCE. St Joseph; HI; Upper ElemenUry Edu- 
cation; Sophomore Class SecreUry. Treasurer; HI Treasurer; 
Jr Representative Student Council; Vice-President of Women 
Student Council. 

JERRY LAVELLE KEEN. Tullas; Business Education 

THOMAS GLYNN KEETH. Plain Dealing; Animal Industry; 
Demeter 



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EDWIN LOUIS KELLY, III, Natchitoches; Mathematics; Presi- 
dent, Wesley Foundation; Phi Kappa Phi; Blue Key. 

EVELYN LOUISE KELLY, Houma; Primary Education. 

JOHN M. KENNEDY, Vivian; Animal Industry. 



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SAMMIE KETCHUM, Shreveport; Special Education. 

DAVID L. KILPATRICK, Minden; Business Administration. 

GLADYS MARIE KILMAN, DeRidder; Physical Education 
and Upper Elementary; Contemporary Dance Club, President, 
1961-62; Outstanding Dancer Award, 1961; SLTA; PEM Club, 
Secretary, 1961; Senior Counselor; AWS Big Sister, 1961-63; 
Women's Gymnastic Team, 1961-62. 




HI 

KAY KITCHENS, Shreveport; Home Economics Education. 

CAROL ANN KNOTTS, Shreveport; Zoology and Botany; Tri- 
Beta, 1960-64; Current Sauce, 1960-61. 

LINDA JUNE KRAMEL, Libuse; 2K; Social Studies; Kappa 
Delta Pi, Reporter, Historian; Floor Representative, ^963-64. 



IV 

MAYO ELLIS LA COUR, JR., Shreveport; Mathematics and 
Physics. 

HERMAN EUGENE LA FORGE, Shreveport; Upper Elementary 
and P.E. 

MARCIA LAMBERT, Robeline; Home Economics Education. 



RICHARD K. LAND, Homer; Industrial Art Education; Indus- 
trial Arts Club, 1960-63. 

ALEANDER RICHARD LANGLINALS, Abbeville; 2TT; General 
Agriculture; Demeters. 

LINDA ALINE LATTIER, Natchitoches; Nursing; Majorette, 
1961; LASN; NSC Representative of Student Nurse of State Con- 
test. 



VI 

KENNETH A. LAVESPERE, Cloutierille; Business Administra- 
tion. 

SHIRLEY FAYE LAVESPERE, Jena; Nursing; LASN; AWS; 
NSNA. 

PATRICIA ELLEN LA VINE, Oil City; Speech and Hearing 
Therapy; Kappa Delta Pi, 1963. 



VII 

PAULINE ANN LEADAMAN, Shreveport; Primary Education; 
Sophomore Counselor, 1961-62; SLTA, 1963-64, 60-61; Kappa 
Delta Pi, 1963. 

WALTER P. LEDET, JR., Natchitoches; Zoology; Beta Beta Beta, 
1961; Phi Eta Sigma, 1963; Chi Gamma Phi, 1962; Basketball, 
4 years. 

HAROLD JOE LEDFORD, Zwolle; Upper Elementary. 



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SENIORS 




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I 

SUZANNE LEDOUX. Opelousas; IZX; Primary Education; 
Sophomore Counselor; Corresponding Secretary of Sigma SiKma 
Sigma. 

WANDA KEA LEE. Cotton Valley; Nursing; LASN; NSNA 
AWS 

RALPH P LEMOINE, Hamburg ; Mathematics; AMS Treasurer, 
1963; Monitor. 1964. 



D 

THELLIE R. LEVEE. Tallulah; Vocal Music; Sigma Alpha lota. 
Beauty, 1960 Homecoming Court. 1962; Purple Jackets, 1963-64; 
Beauty, 1963. 

MARY LOU LILLY, Florien; Home Economics; Sophomore 
Counselor, 1961-62; Euthenics Club. 1960-63; Secretary, 1961. 
Student Council. 1960; Dormitory President, 1960. 

MALCOLM W LOE Dry Prong; Accounting; Blue Kev. Re- 
porter. 1963-64; Phi Kappa Phi; Pi Omega Pi. Chaplain, 1962-63 



III 

ROGER WAYNE LOCKRIDGE, Shreveport; Business Adminis- 
tration. 

BOBBY J LOGAN, Heflin; Business Administration. 

ROSALIE LOTT, Natchitoches; Speech and Hearing Therapy; 
Davis Players; Alpha Psi Omega. 



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PATSY LOWDERBACK. Shreveport; 11^; Business Education; 
Cheerleader, 1960-62; Potpourri Beauty, 1960; State Fair Court. 
1961; Sophomore Counselor. 1961; ROTC Sponsor, 1961; NSC 
Relay Court, 1960. 

JAMES M. LOWE. Shreveport; Health. P.E and Elementary 
Education; ROTC; Vice-President. Neptune Club. 

MARGIE ANN LUTTRELL, Natchitoches; Secretarial Science; 
TAWS. 



ROBERT HOWARD McALLISTER, Shreveport; Accounting. 

CARLYON SUE McCAIN. Ashland; Nursing; AWS; LASN; 
NSNA. 

CHARLOTTE LUCY McCALLA, Shreveport; AS; Home Eco- 
nomics; Sophomore Counselor, 1961-62; Euthenics Vice-Presi- 
dent, 1961-62; State Fair Court, 1961-62; Panhellenic President. 
1962-63; State LHEA President, 1962-63; First Vice-Chairman, 
National AHEA, 1963; Delta Zeta President, 1963-64. 



VI 

NELDA Lira McCALLA, Shreveport; Primary Education; SLTA; 
SNEA, 1962-64; Wesley Foundation 

JOSEPH L McCARTY III Cheneyville; Marketing 

PATRICIA RUTH McCOOK. Shreveport; Primary Education 



VII 

FRANCES ESTELLE McDANIEL Kentwood; ATA: Library 
Science; Alpha Gamma Delta President, 1963-64; Alpha Beta 
Alpha, Treasurer. 1962-63 

FRANK W McELWEE. Oakdale; Accounting; Pi Omega Pi; 
Alpha Sigma Alpha Man of the Year 1963 

JOSEPH EMMETT McFARLAND. Shreveport; Mathematics. 



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JERRY V. McGRAW, Daingerfield, Texas; Electronics. 
JUANITA FAYE McGUIRE, Saline; Primary Education. 
ROBERT R. McJIMSEY, New Iberia; Mathematics and Science. 



CAROLE E. McKNEELY, Blanchard; 2K; Home Economics; 
Dormitory President, 1961-62; Euthenics Club, Vice-President, 
1961; Sigma Kappa Sorority, 1963-64. 

MILDRED McLEMORE, Natchitoches; English; Current Sauce, 
1961-62; Sophomore Counselor, 1964; Staff Assistant, 1961-63; 
Senior Counselor, 1962-63; Kappa Delta Pi, 1962-63; SLTA, 
1961-62. 

MALCOLM McMULLEN, Pitkin; Business; Band, 1960; Drill 
Team, 1961-62. 



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CHARLES L. McNEELY, Natchitoches; TKE; Government; 
Black Knights, 1960-62; Tau Kappa Epsilon, 1962-64; Hegamon, 
1963-64; Interfraternity Council, President, 1963-64. 

JUANITA MADDOX, Logansport; Business Education; Secre- 
tary, BSU Executive Council, 1962; Pi Omega Pi. 

JANE P. MAGEE, Baton Rouge; Health and Physical Education. 



IV 

JARLON MAGEE, Alexandria; Marketing; Varsity Tennis, 1963- 
64. 

JERRY Y. MARKS, JR., Natchitoches; Chemistry. 

CURTIS B. MALONE, Pineville, Sociology. 



CATHERINE DIANNE MARSHALL, Cotton VaUey; Upper 
Elementary Education; Sigma Alpha Iota, Treasurer, 1962-63; 
Sigma Alpha Iota, Best Pledge, 1961; Sigma Alpha Iota, Sword of 
Honor Award, 1963; Kappa Delta Pi, 1963-64; SLTA, 1963-64; 
BSU, 1961-64; AWS; 1961-64; Sophomore Counselor, 1962-63; 
Chorus, 1961-63; Madrigals, 1962. 

WILLIAM RANDAL MARTIN, Ashland; Electronics; Industrial 
Arts Club; Radio Club. 

MELVIN FREDRICK MARTINEZ, West Monroe; Accounting. 



VI 

BUNNY MASINGILL, Natchitoches; 222; Upper Elementary 
Education. 

JAMES T. MATHIS, Hanna; Health and Physical Education; 
Basketball, 4 years; All Gulf States Conference, 1963. 

SIDNEY RAY MATTHEWS, Wilson, Oklahoma; Zoology; Fresh- 
man Council, BSU; Black Knights; Beta Beta Beta; Blue Key; 
Monitor; Phi Kappa Phi; Phi Eta Sigma; AUSA Treasurer; ROTC 
Commander; Distinguished Military Student; Blue Key Alumni 
Secretary. 



VII 

WILLARD C. MAYFIELD, Natchitoches; Vocational- Industrial 
Education; IE Club. 

W. CAROL MILEY, Shreveport; Upper Elementary Education. 

FREDERICK A. MILLER, Conewango Valley, New York; Elec- 
tronics. 




SENIORS 




IOI 




LEONARD DOY MILLER. Minden; Electronics and Mathe- 
matics; Blue Key. 1963-64; Phi Kappa Phi. 1962-64; Phi Eta 
Si^ma, 1963-64; Black Knights Commander, 1963-64. 

WOODROW R MOCK. JR.. Slagle; Wildlife Management. 

MARGARET USA MOGG. Shreveport; English; Chonu. 



CHARITY ANN MONK, Oakdale; Primary Education BSU 
SLTA; Staff Assistant 

JO ANN MONK, Woodworth; English; Sophomore Counselor 
1961-62; Phi Kappa Phi, 1963; Kappa Delta Pi, 1963 SLTA' 
1963-64. 

RONNIE MONTGOMERY, Provencal; Agriculture 



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III 

BILLY W MOORE. Winnfield; Agriculture; Demeter. Parlia- 
mentarian, 1962-63, Treasurer. 1963-64; National Demeter Secre- 
tary. 1963-64. 

DALE MOORE, Marthaville; Accounting; Business Manager. 
Current Sauce. 

JOHN JAMES MOORE, Calvin; Accounting. 



IV 

GLENDA BLEVINS MORELAND, Natchitoches; AZA; Home 
Economics; Sophomore Counselor, 1961-62; Wesley Foundation, 
1961-64. 

WILLIAM BENJAMIN MORELAND, JR.. Natchiotches; Animal 
Husbandry 

BARBARA JEANNETTE MORGAN. Baton Rouge; Nursing; 
LASN. 1961; NSNA, 1961. 



JOYE MAE MORGAN. Shongaloo; Nursing; Phi Kappa Phi; 
LASN. 1961-64 

THURMAN LAVELL MORGAN. Springhill; Business Adminis- 
tration. 

JOHN B MORREAU. Shreveport; English. 



VI 

MAUREEN E MORROW, Alexandria; \1 \. Upper Elementary 
Education; Dormitorv Officer, 1960-61; Sophomore Counselor, 
1961; L2A President, 1962-64; Senior Counselor, 1963-64 

SHERRY ANN MOSS, Natchiotches; Piano; Sigma Alpha Iota; 
Collegiate Guild Award in Piano; Winner in Biannual Piano 
Recording Contest; Accompanist for NSC Chorus, 1962-63; 
Winner of Student Musicians Award for La. Federation of Music 
Clubs; Purple Jacket; Orchestra; Band. 

JUNE DALE MOTT, Shreveport; Nursing 



VII 

HARRY GLENN MURPHY. Doyline. Industrial Arts Education; 
Industrial Arts Club; Louisiana Industrial Arts Association. 

JOHN O'QUIN MURPHY. Coushatta; Industrial Education 

STEPHEN PATRICK MURPHY. Natchitoches; Industrial Arts; 
Track, 1960-62; Football, 1960-62; President of N Club, 1962-63 



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SARA MARCHIEAL MYLES, Franklinton; Nursing; Flamingo 
Club, 1960; LASN; NSNA; BSU. 

KATHERYN BENJAI NEELY, Shreveport; Business Education; 
Demonettes, 1961; AWS Social Chairman; Staff Assistant; Secre- 
tary, International Club. 

ERIC R. NELSON, Robeline; Accounting. 



ELIZABETH COOKSEY NETHENY, Olla; Speech Therapy. 

HELEN CHRISTINE NEWSOME, Leesville; AZ; Speech and 
Hearing Therapy; Cheerleader; State Fair Court; Head Cheer- 
leader. 

DOLORES LEE NICHOLS, Venice; Business Education; Pi 
Omega Pi; Kappa Delta Pi. 




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CARRIE L. NICKLAS, Winnfield; Upper Elementary Education; 
AWS Council, 1963; Senior Counselor, 1962-64; Assistant Editor, 
Current Sauce, 1963; ATA, 1963-64; Dormitory President, 1962- 
63. 

MILTON JOHN NIX, Bossier City; Music Education; NSC 
Chorale; Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia. 

CAROLYN LOUISE ORTEGO, Tioga; Primary Education; 
Sophomore Counselor; SLTA; BSU Council, 1961-63. 



IV 

LORETTA ANN PARROTT, Zwolle; Primary Education; 
Euthenics Club; SLTA; Sophomore Counselor. 

ROBERT B. PATOUT, Jeanerette; Economics; International 
Club, Newman Club; Canterbury Club. 

HELEN ALANNAH PETTY, Mansfield; AZ Physical Education; 
PEM Club; Canterbury Club; Alpha Beta Alpha; Delta Zeta 
Scholarship Chairman, 1962-63; Pi Kappa Phi Sweetheart, 
1962-63. 



WILLIAM N. PERRY, Baton Rouge; Physics and Mathematics; 
Wesley Foundation, Financial Secretary, 1960; Treasurer, 1961; 
State Representative, 1962-63; Vice-President; 1962-63. 

FRANCES MEADE PHELPS; Natchitoches; Chemistry; Phi 
Kappa Phi, 1963; Newman Club Secretary, 1963; Newman Club 
President, 1963-64. 

HARLAN M. PHELPS, Logansport; Business Administration. 



VI 

LINDA JANE PHENICE; Hathaway; Primary Education; Wesley 
Foundation Council, 1963; Phi Kappa Phi, 1962; Kappa Delta Pi, 
1962; SLTA. 

BRENDA E. PICKETT, Anacoco; Music; Staff Assistant, 1963-64; 
Phi Beta; NSC Chorus. 

MARY LEE PITCHFORD, Baton Rouge; Upper Elementary 
Education; SLTA; AWS Big Sister; AWS Art Chairman. 



VII 

VIRGIL L. PITTMAN, Oil City; Mathematics. 

FRANCIS ELANOR PIXLEY, Shongaloo; Nursing; LASN; 
NSNA; AWS. 

SIDNEY LAMARR POE, LaCamp; Biology; Beta Beta Beta 
Treasurer, 1964. 



SENIORS 




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BROOKS W POWELL, Ashland; Business Education 

BENNETT ELUS PRATT. Natchitoches; Health and Physical 
Education. Gym Team Letterman; Vice-President I'KK, 1963 

BARBARA ANN PRICE, Mansfield; Primary Education; AWS 
Big Sister; SLTA 



SIDNEY PRUDHOMME, Ville Platte; Zoology. 

VIOLA G PUGH. Shreveport; Speech Therapy; Dorm Officer. 
1961-62; Sophomore Counselor, 1962-63; Kappa Delta Pi; Senior 
Counselor. 1963-64; Davis Players; Dorm Officer, 1963-64. 

LARRY PULL1G. Jamestown; Agronomy; Demeter; J V Basket- 
ball; Intramural Sports. 



SENIORS 




III 

DONALD L PURDY, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Mathematics; 
President and Vice-President Canterbury Club. 

DOROTHY G. PURDY New Orleans; ASA; Social Science; 
\1\ Secretary and Vice-President; Dormitory Assistant; Pan- 
hellenic Treasurer; Contemporary Dance Club; Canterbury Club. 

JOHN R. PURVIS Terry; Upper Elementary Education; Asso- 
ciated Men Students; Monitor, 1961-64; SLTA, 1963-64. 



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RAYMOND WAYNE RABB, Waterproof; Wildlife Management. 



Mansfield; Elementary Education; 
LEON A RIGGS, Lena; ITf; Upper Elementary Education. 



CHARLOTTE RAMSEY, 
Sophomore Counselor. 



PAUL F. ROCHETTE, JR., Richmond, Virginia; UK*; Marketing; 
Pi Kappa Phi Historian, 1960; Vice-President, 1960; President, 
1961-62; Vice-President and Treasurer. 1963; Dorm President. 
1962; AMS, 1962 

MONTY RODES. Benton; II KE; Industrial Arts Education. 

PATRICIA ANNE ROGERS. Shreveport; Primary Education; 
SLTA, President. 1963-64. 



VI 

BARBARA EILEN ROSHTO. Pineville; Upper Elementary Edu- 
cation; Sophomore Counselor; SLTA; Senior Counselor; Newman 
Club. 

LOLA ROSS, Natchitoches; English; Current Sauce News Editor, 
1963; Journalists of Tomorrow Vice-President. 1963-64. 

PATRICIA ANN ROSS. Negreet; English Education; ABA 
Fraternity. Recording Secretary. 1961-62; AWS Big Sister. 1962; 
Staff Assistant. 1962. 



Accounting. N Club. 



VII 

RONALD DEAN ROY. Natchitoches; 
1961-64; Baseball letter. 1961-64 

ROSE ANNA ROY, Natchitoches; ---; Mathematics; --- Treas- 
urer. 1963-64; Kappa Delta Pi. 

MARILYN ANNE RUTHERFORD. Shreveport; English Educa- 
tion, Sophomore Counselor; Kappa Delta Pi; AWS Social Chair- 
man. 



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WILLIAM HARRIS RUTLEDGE, JR., Shreveport; Physical Edu- 
cation; nK*; President, 1963; Treasurer, 1962-63; Phi Epsilon 
Kappa; Wesley Foundation; Baseball, 1961-62. 

RONALD EDWARD RYAN, Effie; Upper Elementary Education; 
Alpha Beta Alpha; ABA Officer. 

FRED MINFORD RYLAND, III, Effie; Upper Elementary Educa- 
tion; SLTA. 



II 

BAYMOND EDWIN SANDERS, JR., Natchitoches; Biology. 

MARTHA KAY SANDLIN, Natchitoches; Mathematics; Ma- 
jorette; NSC Band; 1962-63; TAWS. 

JANET RAE SAUVE, Pineville; 2K; Primary Education; 
Demonettes, 1961-62; Purple Jackets, 1963-64; Kappa Delta Pi, 
1963-64; Sigma Kappa, President, 1963-64. 




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ELIZABETH LEE SAVOY, Alexandria; Primary Education; 
AWS Council, 1960-61; Senior Counselor, 1963-64. 

LINDA DIANE SAWYER, Bunkie; Primary Education; Senior 
Counselor; SLTA. 

MARILYN McGEE SCARBOROUGH, Shreveport; Home Eco- 
nomics Education; Sophomore Counselor, 1961-62; Euthenics 
Club, 1960-63; Purple Jackets, 1962-63; BSU, 1960-63; Kappa 
Delta Pi, 1963. 



IV 

JOETTE SCLUICQUE, Baton Rouge; Business Education. 

MARTHA ANN SCOTT, Natchitoches; Home Economics; TAWS, 
President, 1961; Euthentics Club, 1963-64; Chorus Accompanist, 
1963-64; AWS Council, 1961. 

JAMES EDWARD SCRIBER, Lisbon; Health and Physical Edu- 
cation; Baseball, 1961-63; N Club, 1961-63; Blue Key, 1962; Presi- 
dent of Dorm, 1963. 



MARILYN ANNE SCROGGS, Shreveport, dZ; Sociology and 
Social Sciences; Demonettes, 1960; Senior Counselor, 1961-62; 
Panhellenic Delegate, 1962-63. 

JAMES ELTON SCRUGGS, Zwolle; Industrial Arts; Black 
Knights; Wesley Foundation, Treasurer; SLTA; Industrial Arts 
Publicity Chairman. 

DONNA CAROLE SEGARI, New Orleans; Primary Education; 
Newman Club; SLTA, 1963-64. 



VI 

PAUL H. SEPULVADO, Noble; Industrial Arts Education; Iota 
Lambda Sigma; Kappa Delta Pi; I.E. Club, Vice-President, 1962; 
I.E., President, 1963-64. 

VIRGINIA LOU SETTLE, Natchitoches; Business Education; Pi 
Omega Pi, Secretary, 1963; Kappa Delta Pi; TAWS; Phi Kappa 
Phi, 1963-64. 

JOHN HOWARD SEWELL, Morgan City; Math and Physical 
Education. 



VII 

SANDRA JEAN SHAHAN, Bqssiejr City; Music Education; 
Sigma Alpha Iota, 1960-64; Outstanding Pledge, 1960, President, 
1962-63; Vice-President, 1963-64; Phi Kappa Phi, 1963-64; Kappa 
Delta Pi, 1963-64; NSC Chorale. 

GEORGE MONROE SHAMBLIN, JR., Bastrop; Electronics; NSC 
Radio Club; LA. Club. 

PAUL RAMSEY SIMMONS, Newton, Texas; Business Educa- 
tion; BSU Freshman Council, 1961; ROTC Black Knights, 1961; 
Cross Country, 1961-62; GSC Cross Country, 1963-64; Track, 
1961-64; N Club, 1961-64. 



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SENIORS 



ARTHUR M SIMONSON. Natchiotches. Mathematics; Black 
Knights 

JOHN AMOS SKINNER, Florien; Upper Elementary Education; 
BSU Executive Council; SLTA 

CARROL E SLACK. Cotton Valley; Zoology; Interdormitory 
Council; Tn-Beta Historian, Vice-President; Blue Key Historian; 
Student Council. Vice-President of Men; Associated Men Stu- 
dents, President. 



II 

REBECCA ANNETTE SLOAN. Alexandria; Primary Education. 
Student NEA. 1961-62; Dorm Counselor. 1961-62; SLTA; 1963; 
Senior Counselor. 1963; Staff Assistant. 1963; Wesley Foundation 
Council. 1963 

CHARLES DONALD SMITH. Natchitoches; Mathematics; Vice- 
President. Association of the United States Army ROTC. 

GOLDAREE SMITH. Atlanta; Upper Elementary Education; 
NSC Chorus; SLTA; Wesley Foundation. 




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CAROLYN SPARKS, Pineville; Home Economics Education; 
BSU Secretary, 1961-62. SLTA; Euthenics Club; Intramural 
Sports. 

JERRY CLARENCE SPEARS, Logansport; UK*; Journalism. 
Pi Kappa Phi HLstorian. 1962; Secretary. 1963 

LYNN SPEIGHT. Many; Zoology; Latin Classical League; 
Sophomore Counselor; NSF Participant. 1962-63; Dormitory 
President, 1963; BSU; LCL. Treasurer. 1961-62 



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JAMES EDDIE SPRAYBERRY. JR., Rodessa; UK*; Instru- 
mental Music Education; Pi Kappa Phi Chaplain and Historian. 
Band. 1960-64; Orchestra. 

JAMES REED STACY, Natchitoches; Agriculture; Demeter. 

LEWIS P. STAHL. Spnn«hill. Industrial Arts Education; Secre- 
Industri.il Arts Club; Senior Men's Representative. 



MARY ANN STEPHENS. East Point; Primary Education; SLTA 
WALTER M STEPHENS. Natchitoches; Accounting 
RONALD RAY STEVENS. Belle Chasse; Physical Education 



VI 

JOHN STEWART DELK. El Paso. Texas; Business Administra- 
tion; Chess Champion, 1961-62 

ALBERTA ANN STROUD. Many; Primary Education 

GARY RUSSELL SULLIVAN. Haughton; Business Administra- 
tion. 



VII 

WAYNE E SUMMERS. Abbeville; Speech and English; Alpha 
Phi Gamma, President Editor in Chief; Current Sauce, Davis 
Players; Alpha Psi Omega; JOT Club; Artist Series Committee; 
President of the Senior Class; SUSGA Convention Delegate. 

ARTHUR FRANCIS SUTHERLAND. Belle Chasse; ZTT; Mathe- 
matics. 

LADISLAS SZABO'. Long Island. New York; Accounting; Blue 
Key. Social Chairman; International Club. 1961-62; Pi Omega Pi. 
Reporter; Interdenominational Scholarship. 



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JAMES A. TAIT, Natchitoches; Electronics. 

GLENN EDWARD TALBERT, Lake Charles; Physical Educa- 
tion; N Club, 1960-63; President; Varsity Football, 1960-63; All 
Gulf States Conference Football, 1961-62; Varsity Track, 1960-63. 

THOMAS NEIL TALLEY, Natchitoches; KA; Sociology. 



II 

DIANE TAYLOR, Shreveport; Journalism; Current Sauce, 1960- 
64; Most Dependable Staff Member, 1962; Journalists of Tomor- 
row, 1962-64; Alpha Phi Gamma, 1962-64; Senior Counselor, 
1963-64. 

RICHARD CHARLES TEMPLIN, Shreveport; Business Admin- 
istration. 

BILLIE LOUISE THOMAS, Pineville; Business Administration; 
Pi Omega Pi, 1963; Kappa Delta Phi, 1963. 



in 

DOROTHY L. THOMAS, Haynesville; Nursing; LASN, 
NSNA; AWS; Basketball Nurses Team; Softball Nurses Team; 
BSU Enlistment; BSU President. 

JIMMY MACK THOMAS, Longiew, Texas; Radio and Television 
Production; N Club, 1962-63; Varsity Football; Dramatics. 

JUDYE BETH THOMAS, Shreveport; Vocal Music and Upper 
Elementary Education; Purple Jackets, 1961-63; Kappa Delta Pi, 
President, 1963-64; SLTA, 1961-64. 



IV 

JUANITA RAYE THOMPSON, Winnfield; Primary Education; 
SLTA. 

REED THOMPSON, Pitkin; Upper Elementary Education. 

WALTER EMMETT THOMPSON, Montgomery; Accounting. 



DALE M. TINSLEY, Belle Chasse; ETT; Health and PE; P.E.K.; 
SLTA. 

JUDITH ANN TISDALE, Colfax; Medical Techinology; Beta 
Beta Beta; Tri-Beta, Historian. 

JAMES STANLEY TOMPKINS, Many; KA; Chemistry. 



VI 

RONNIE TOOKE, Haughton; Accounting. 

BEVERLY ANN TOUPS, Cut-Off ; Medical Technology. 

MARY ELLEN TYLER, Blanchard; Upper Elementary Educa- 
tion; BSU; SLTA. 



VII 

JANE PLUMMER VAUGHAN, Ferriday; Nursing; LASN; 
NSNA; Bank, 1960-61; Band Queen, 1961 AWS. 

GERALD PAUL VERCHER, Alexandria; Upper Elementary 
Education. 

EDWARD A. VINES, Zwolle; Upper Elementary Education. 




SENIORS 




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I 

JAMBS ADDISON WADSWORTH. Bogalusa; Chemistry. 

MARGIE ELAINE WALKER, Lcesville; Home Economics Edu- 
cation; Freshman Home Economics Award; Phi Kappa Phi; 
Kappa Delta Pi; Purple Jackets 

JERRY WILLIAM WALLACE. Melville; Health and Physical 
Education; Freshman Representative to Associated Men Stu- 
dents 



II 

ROSEMARY WASSON, Baton Rouge; Spanish; Spanish Club. 
1962-64; SLTA. 1963-64; Current Sauce Staff. 1963 

JAMES WESLEY WATTS. Jonesboro; Industrial Arts; IAC. 
Flamingo Club; Drill Team. 

CHARLES MONROE WEBB. Church Point; Chemistry. 



SENIORS 




III 

CHARLIE WILLARD WEBER. Mansfield; Agriculture 

LARRY WEEKS. Shreveport. Zoology; Tri-Beta. 

GORDON JAMES WELDON, Winnfield; Biology Education; 
Black Knights. 1961-62. 



IV 

JAMES P. WELLS, JR., Shreveport; Business Administration; 
NSC Rodeo Club. 

JULIA ANN WELLS. Alexandria; Nursing; BSU Freshman 
Council; BSU Council Shreveport Campus; NSNA. 

WILLIAM ARTHUR WHITEHEAD, Natchitoches; Zoology; Blue 
Key, Historian, 1963-64; Tri-Beta, Vice-President, 1963-64; Phi 
Kappa Phi, 1963-64. 



GEORGE LELAND WHITELOCK, Sulphur; Agriculture; Deme- 
ter, 1960-64, Secretary, 1963-64. 

CAROLYN WHITTINGTON, Shreveport; Primary Education; 
Kappa Delta Pi. 

JERRY LYNN WHITTON, Natchitoches; Electronics. 



VI 

LINDA WICKARD, Shreveport; Primary Education; SLTA, 
Vice-President, 1963 

GENE RODNEY WILLBANKS, Pineville; Sociology. 

LEAH L. WILLIAMS, Baton Rouge; Nursing; LASN; NSNA; 
Flamingoes; AWS 



VII 

JAN E WILLIAMS. New Iberia; Nursing; LASN. 1962-63; NSNA. 
1962-63; Sophomore Counselor. 1961; Beauty. 1961-62. 

SHARON BETH WILLIAMS, Natchitoches Primary Education; 
Kappa Delta Pi. 1962. 

SUE McNAUGHTON WILLIAMS, Colfax; Home Economics; 
Euthenics Club, 1960-63; BSU, 1960-63 



108 



DOROTHY ANN WILLIS, Shreveport; Health and Physical Edu- 
cation; Pern Club. 

JIMMY WILLIS, Shreveport; English; Davis Players. 

JOYCE WILLIS, Winnfield; Library Science. 



II 

ROYCE O. WILLIS, Shreveport; Accounting. 

SHIRLEY MAE WTLLIS, Oakdale; Primary Education; BSU; 
SLTA; Staff Assistant. 

PATRICIA ALLEN WINDHAM, Shreveport; 22 2; Library 
Science; Alpha Beta Alpha. 




SENIORS 



III 

Jo ANN WISE, Lena; Zoology; Beta Beta Beta, 1962. 

CAROLYN CLAUDETTE WOOD, Coushatta; Business Educa- 
tion; Pi Omega Pi; AWS. 

ERNEST S. WOODARD, JR., Ringgold; TK2; Business. 



IV 

I. W. WOODARD, Winnfield; Government; Gymnastics, 1962-63; 
Literary Club, 1963-64. 

CORNELIA WYATT WOODSON, Natchitoches; Primary Edu- 
cation. 

RICHARD G. WOODSON, Natchitoches; Education; Current 
Sauce Staff, 1959-64. 



CAROLYN WRIGHT, Glenmore; Business Education; Pi Omega 
Pi; BSU; SLTA. 

SHERMAN WYNN, JR., Ida; Agriculture. 

JOE ALFRED YOUNG, Monterey; Mathematics. 



VI 

JOHN C. YOUNG, Leesville; Government and Mathemaics. 




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One should never quit before a job is completed 
and should never start something he doesn't fully 
intend to carry through. We, the members of the junior 
class, are rapidly approaching the goal on which we 
set our sights three years ago and are pleased to know 
that soon our intended destination will be reached. 

The activities of this year have been a major factor 
in molding our lives and in preparing us for a produc- 
tive life upon completion of our academic pursuits. 
Knowledge is the key to success, and application of 
what we have learned at Northwestern State College 
may enable us to realize our ambitions in life. 

Oh, yes, you can browse around and pick up a living 
without an education, but even a jackass, to be of any 
use in the world, must be trained. 












JUNIOR 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 



W. STEVE BLOUNT 
President 



R. DUFFY WALL 
Vice-President 






PATRICIA ANNE COOPER 
Secretary 



A. JOE BUTLER 
Men's Representative 



CARMEN CODINA 
Women's Representative 



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JUNIORS 




*££&£ 




JAMES C ADAMS 


Mansfield 


WILUAM COOPER ADDISON 


Shreveport 


ROBERT WILUAM AHEARN 


Shreveport 


WILUAM EUGENE AINS WORTH 


Natchitoches 


MORRIS H ALDREDGE. JR 


Alexandria 


II 

A CI.ARK ALDRIDGE K \ 


Shreveport 


RONALD CURBY ALEXANDER 


Shreveport 


FRANKLIN DELAND ANTILLEY 


Natchitoches 


FRANKIE J ARMSTRONG 


Kcithville 


BEN ELLIS ASH UK* 


Shreveport 


III 




JEFFERY DEAN AUSTIN 


Winnfield 


VINCENT CHARLES AUTHEMENT 


Belle Chasse 


E CLAIRE BAEDER 


Maplewood 


MARIETTA BAKER A7. 


Natchitoches 


SHIRLEY BALDWIN 


Shreveport 



IV 



VALDA LEIGH BARRY 


Logansport 


JERRY LYNN BARTLETT 


Goldonna 


SHARON GAYLE BARTON 


Pineville 


GLEN DA BATES 


Ringgold 


CHERYL ANN BAYLISS 


Shreveport 


V 




BILLY JOE BEASLEY 


Thibodeaux 


MARTHA RAE BEDSOLE 


Mansfield 


FLORA BEHRNES 


Slaughter 


FA YE ANN BELGARD 


Deville 


MARTIN T BELL 


Houston, Texas 


VI 




CAROLYN ANN BELLUE 


Baton Rouge 


PATRICIA A BENEFIELD 


Shongaloo 


GLORIA JEAN BERLIN 


Alexandria 


JIMMY DALE BERRY 


Winnfield 


DON JERRY BERTHELOT 


Baton Rouge 


VII 




JAMES H BLACKBURN 


Lecsville 


GEORGIA BLAIR 1X1 


Shreveport 


W. STEVE BLOUNT 


Shongaloo 


DON L BOLYER 


Ashland 


JAY O BORMAN 


Lake Charles 


vni 




SANDRA J BOYD 


Winnfield 


LIZ BRADFORD 


Jena 


LARRY BRADY 


Pineville 


LINDA ELLEN BRANCATO 


Shreveport 


GEORGE BRANDON 


Natchitoches 



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JOY NELL BREWTON 


Calvin 


BOBBIE DEAN BRITTINGHAM 


Baton Rouge 


BENNY RAY BROOKS 


Lake Charles 


JAN ANN BROWN 


Minden 


CLARENCE H. BRUCE 


Pineville 


n 




LINDA KAYE BRUCE 


Vivian 


CARL R. BUCHANAN TKE 


Sussex, N.B., Canada 


WILLIAM MARTIN BURNUM 


Winnfield 


A. JOE BUTLER 


Plain Dealing 


SANDRA CALHOUN 


Pitkin 


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JAMES DAVID CALLICOTT 


Springhill 


CHARLES K. CANFIELD, JR. 


Shreveport 


GEORGE RAY CANNON 


Cloutierville 


ASHFORD N. CARDWELL 


Shreveport 


BRENDA JOYCE CARR 


Cullen 



IV 



DONALD BROWN CARROLL 


Shreveport 


EMMETT L. CARSON 


Welsh 


THOMAS R. CATHEY 


Alexandria 


HENRIETTA CAVANAUGH 


Leesville 


SUE CHANCE 


Elizabeth 


V 




GEORGIA LOU CHAPLIN 


Natchitoches 


CHARLANNE CHAPOTON 


Baton Rouge 


PEGGY ANN CLARK 


Alexandria 


THERESA ANN CLEMENS 


Shreveport 


MIKEL THOMAS CLINE KA 


Alexandria 


VI 




ODIS DONALD COBB 


Mansfield 


CARMEN MARIE CODINA 2K 


Lafayette 


NORMA COLLIER 222 


Natchitoches 


JUDY ANN COLLINS 


Marthaville 


JUDY MERLE COLLINS 


Belmont 


VII 




CHARLES JOSEPH COLQUETTE 


Oakdale 


NEVA LYNELL COOK 


Florien 


JANE COOPER 


Shreveport 


PATRICIA ANNE COOPER 22 2 


New Orleans 


LYNNE CORBELL 


Springhill 


VIII 




JAMES RICHARDSON CORLEY 


Ringgold 


FRANCES ILENE COUNCILL 


Alexandria 


WILLIAM HARVEY COX 


Alexandria 


JAMES LEE CRIPE 


Lafayette 


SUZANNE THERESE CROCHET 


Houma 




SIM 




Wi 




JUNIORS 




"5 




JOSEPH CLYDE CROOKS 


Trout 


JOAN CUDD 


Elmer 


PENNY CYMMINGS 


Shreveport 


RAYMOND E CUPPLES 


Boyce 


M VIRGINIA CURTIS 


Natchitoches 


II 




LINDA ANN DAUGHTRY IK 


Winnfield 


JO ANN DAUZAT 


Alexandria 


SANDRA DAVID 


Monterey 


MARY LOU DAVIDSON 


Groves, Texas 


STANLEY O DAVIS 


Pineville 


III 




TOMMY DEAN 


Montgomery 


SUE DEARMON 


Sixes 


NANCY ELAINE DEES 


Springnill 


PHYLLIS ROSE DeROSIA ALA 


West Monore 


CARMIE SUE DICKSON 


Coushatta 



JUNIORS 




IV 




FELTON DICKSON 


Campti 


LEE DICKSON 


Coushatta 


JANET GITHENS DUCOTE 


Vivian 


MAX C DUGGAN 


Lake Charles 


DIANNE DUNN 


Mansfield 


V 




CARRIE ELIZABETH DYKES 


Dry Prong 


JOHN TERRYL EASON 


Mansfield 


NECIA JANICE EDDY 


Shreveport 


DANNY RAY EDWARDS 


Dallas, Texas 


TOMMYE JO ENSMINGER 


Shreveport 


VI 




DONNA ERICKSON 


Shreveport 


SANDRA J EVANS 


Lake Charles 


INGRID MONICA FABER 


DeRidder 


BETTY FAUGHT 


Alexandria 


GORDON FERGUSON 


Shreveport 


VII 




TONI FERLITO 


Shreveport 


ALAN FERNBAUGH 


Natchitoche* 


TERRY GLENN FINLEY KA 


Calhoun 


CYNTHIA LOUISE FITZGERALD ILL 


Kctmer 


JIMMY FLETCHER 


Montgomery 


vni 




CLAUDM ALINE FLOYD 21 


Pineville 


JERRY WAYNE FOWLER 


Natchitoches 


GEORGIA BARDWELL FOX 


Alexandria 


MARIE FRANCIS 


Forest Hill 


JERRY L FREEMAN 


Shreveport 



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SANDRA FROMENTHAL 




Morgan City 


SUE E. BASKIN 




Fort Necessity 


MILBON J. GASPARD, JR. 




Cottonport 


PATSY GASPARD 17. 




Alexandria 


LINDA MARIE GAUTHIER 




Bunkie 


II 






JAMES HERSHEL GENTRY, 


JR. 


Bossier City 


NANCY LEE GEPHARDT 




Mooringsport 


JON LEE GIBSON 




Haynesville 


MAUREEN E. GIBSON 




Alexandria 


FARLEIGH M. GRAY 




Otis 


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SHARON ANN GRIFFIN 




Westover A.F.B., 
Massachusetts 


RAPHAEL G GRIGORIAN 




Tehran, Iran 


ELIZABETH ANN GRIGSBY ASA 


Alexandria 


DINAH NETHERTON GRISHAM 


Natchitoches 


JAMES LA VERNE GUAY 




Many 



IV 




MARTHA W. GUAY 


Many 


ELAINE GUNBY \Z 


Golden Meadow 


WANDA HALL 


Epps 


SANFORA HAMES 


Pineville 


ROBERT A. HAMILTON 


Shreveport 


V 




SHARON M. HANKWITZ 


Colfax 


LINDA LEE HANSON 


Bossier City 


LUCY HART 


Westlake 


PATRICIA MAE HARTWELL 


DeQuincy 


SANDRA HARRIS 


Baton Rouge 


VI 




HIXIE HAYES 


Blanchard 


0. H. HAYNES, III 


Minden 


SHERYL HAYS 


Leesvilie 


CAROL HEBERT 


St. Martinsville 


JOHN T. HEARN 


Shreveport 


vn 




HENRY HENDERSON 


Glenmora 


JUDY HICKMAN 


Baton Rouge 


BETTY LOUISE HIGGINS 


Shreveport 


PEGGY HILL 


Hammond 


JACKIE SUE HODGES 


Kelly 


vni 




LaFREDA DALE HODGES 


Georgetown 


MALCOLM 0. HODNETT 


Minden 


BRUCE HOLLAND 


Sarepta 


HAROLD H. HOLLENSHEAD, II 


Homer 


PAT HOLLINGSWORTH 


Tioga 




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JUNIORS 








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JUNIORS 








JERRY F HOLLOW AY 


Bastrop 


MAUDIE MAE HOLSTON 


Evergreen 


CHARLOTTE WRAY HOOD 


Spnnghill 


CEDRIC HUDGENS 


Homer 


JAMES TERRELL HUFF 


CheneyvilW- 


11 




WILMA LEE HUNT 


Shreveport 


SHERRY INGRAM 


Bermuda 


DONALD RAY ISGITT 


Zwolle 


VELVA LYNN JAMES 


Elmer 


WAYNE RAY JAMES 


Natchitoches 


III 




WILLIAM F JOBE 


Oil City 


BARBARA JOHNSON 


Leesville 


BENNI JOHNSON 


Smackover, Arkansas 


CHARLES W. JOHNSON 


Shreveport 


GARY A JOHNSON 


Haynesville 



IV 



GLENN RAY JOHNSON 


Pitkin 


LUISA JOHNSON 


Shreveport 


JUDY ANN JOINER ZZ1 


Baton Rouge 


AUDREY NELL JONES 


Converse 


FREEMAN M JONES 


Longville 


V 




JAMES ROBERT JONES 


Montgomery 


KAY JONES 


Grand Cane 


SANDRA ELLEN JONES 


Shreveport 


CAROLE JORSTAD 


Delhi 


MARGIE KELLEY 


Winnfield 


VI 




ANNIE KELLY 


DeRidder 


DAVID A. KELLY 


Plain Dealing 


JIMMIE LYNDELL KERN 


Zachary 


GEORGE KILLEN ZTC 


Coushatta 


KATHERINE ANNETTE KING 


Baton Rouge 


VII 




JOYCE ANN KINMAN 


Choudrant 


BILLIE ANN KNIGHT AZ 


R us ton 


BILLY WADE KNIGHT 


Varnado 


CLIFFORD KROUSE 


Minden 


MARIANNA R KUCINSKI 


Trout 


VIII 




WILLIAM OWENS KYZAR 


Bossier City 


CARL R LaFLEUR 


Ville Platte 


JACKIE LYNN LaGRONE 


Carthage, Texas 


CLIFFORD LAMBERT 


Shreveport 


CLAIRE LAMPEREZ 


Houma 



u8 



EARL A. LAWLEY 


Newellton 


HARRY B. LAWSON 


Hall Summit 


JAMES E. LEE 


Sibley 


LARRY DON LEE 


Natchitoches 


ROBERT EDWARD LEE, JR. 2TT 


Alexandria 


II 




JACK W. LEGGETT, JR. 


Oakdale 


JOHN R. LEGGETT 


Glenmora 


ARDIS DWIGHT LEWIS 


Mansfield 


JOHN W. LEWIS 


Florien 


MARTHA LeVASSEUR 


Natchitoches 


III 

PATRICK JOHNSON LOFTUS 


Stonewall 


JAMES LONG 


Shreveport 


MARIE FRANCES LONGINO 


Coushatta 


JOWANNA LOOPER 2K 


Alexandria 


JIMMY DOUGLAS LOWRY 


Haynesville 




JUNIORS 



IV 



SAM JUDELUCERO 2TT 


Shreveport 


JERE LYNN LUCKY 


Shreveport 


DIANE CHARLENE McBRIDE 


Natchitoches 


misi McCain 


Colfax 


IRBY MARIE McCAN 


Effie 


V 




JOHN B. McCANN 


Vick 


GLENDA JEAN McCOLLISTER 


Shreveport 


fred c. Mcdowell 


Coushatta 


MARCUS LANE McDOWELL 


Doyline 


SUSAN SHEFFIELD McMARLAND 


Houma 


VI 




CARROLINE McGEE 


Florien 


JACKIE ANN McGEE 


Bossier City 


JERRY RAY McGRAW 


Daingerfield 


JACKIE McLAMORE 22 2 


Natchitoches 


CECIL McPHEARSON 


Robeline 


VII 




JESSE C. McWILLIAMS 


Leesville 


GENE MADDOX 


DeRidder 


SAMUEL REED MADDOX 


Haynesville 


JULIA MAHONEY 


Minden 


LINDA MALLEY 


Cotton Valley 


VIII 




JANET MALONE 


Springhill 


GLYNNA MANNIS 


Bossier City 


CHARLES MARANTO 2TT 


Shreveport 


GWEN MARIE MARLER A2A 


Alexandria 


ELIZABETH SUE MARSDEN 


Tallulah 




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JUNIORS 








&&M1 




BARBARA LOU MARTIN 


Mindcn 


CAROLYN LOUISE MARTIN 


DeQuincy 


SAMUEL ARTHUR MASSON 


ClouUervillc 


JANIECE ANN MAYET 


Lockport 


VICKEY RUTH MEADOR 


Shreveport 


II 




FREDERICK C E MELVILLE 


Guatemala 


CASWELL H MERRITT 


Horn beck 


TERESA ANNE METZ 


Morgan City 


EVELYN MIDKIFF 


Rosepine 


MAXINE E MIFFLIN 


Leesville 


III 




JUDITH IRENE MISTICH 


Boothvillc 


BETTY MOLCANY 


Shreveport 


HARVEY RAY MOORE 


Goldonna 


SANDRA MOORE 


Shreveport 


CHERYL ANN MOSES 


DeQuim-y 


rv 




CHARLENE MORACE 


Jena 


GLENN MORRIS 


Haynesvillc 


PERCY MARLON MORROW 


Heflin 


CAROL Y. MULINA 


Shreveport 


LINDA NADRACHAI. 


Minden 


V 




SHARON ELIZABETH NAPP 


Bossier City 


WENDELL AUSTIN NEAL 


Franklin 


MARY K NEILL 


Zachary 


MADELYN FISKE MIEMANN 


Redding. Connecticut 


EMERIC T. NOONE. JR 


Alexandria 


VI 




BARBARA NORRIS 


Prong 


CAROLYN W. OGLESBY 


Verda 


JANIS OWENS 


Tullos 


KAY OWENS 


Shreveport 


BARBARA N PEARSON 


Bossier City 


VII 




RUSSELL LEE PEDRO 


Shreveport 


JIMMY PENINGER 


ForeM Hill 


LARRY EMERSON PERDUE 


Prairu-ville 


J. ANNA PEROT 


Natchitoches 


SUZANNE PETTY 


Des Allcmands 


VIII 




SARAH WALKER PILCHER 


Many 


JAMES W PHILLIPS. JR 


Boyce 


JULIA MAY PHILLIPS 


Jena 


PAULA PIJANOWSKI 


Alexandria 


ARTHUR DAVID POE K A 


Alexandria 



iao 



KENNETH W. POIMBOEUF 


Shreveport 


ROBERT RAY PORT 


Natchitoches 


ELIZABETH POWELL 


Natchitoches 


CARMEN M. PRESTRIDGE 


Baton Rouge 


BONNIE LORAIN PREWITT 


West Monroe 


II 




JOHN C. PRINCE, II 


Natchitoches 


ROSE RITA PROVENZA 


Shreveport 


ANN PURVIS 


Kent wood 


THOMAS W. PUTNAM 


Merryville 


ROBERT LEE PYNES 


Leesville 


UI 




D. DOUGLAS QUINN 


Ringgold 


ALICE RACHAL 


Natchitoches 


BARBARA ANN RACHAL 


Chopin 


MARY LOUISE RAFIELD 


Winnfield 


GLORIA RANIER 


Shreveport 




JUNIORS 



IV 




MARGIE RAMBIN 


Oxford 


JOANN RAMEY 


Vivian 


JANET YVONNE RAMSEY 


Waterproof 


JAMES W. RANDALL 


Vidalia 


RICHARD STANTON REDDITT 


Shreveport 


V 

GORDON LEWIS REYNOLDS KA 


Shreveport 


BETTY LOUISE RICE 


Glenmora 


J. P. RICE, JR. 


Denham Springs 


MYDRA RICHARD 


Morgan City 


PHILIP RINEHART 


Bossier City 


VI 




GINGER RUTH RISLEY 


Alexandria 


CARRIE ROBERTS ASA 


Wisner 


MILLIE EILEEN ROBERTS 


Colfax 


DOUG ROBINSON 


Shreveport 


LEONA ROBINSON 


Shreveport 


VII 




DONNA JEANNE RODGERS 


Plain Dealing 


RITA RODGERS 


Shreveport 


GEORGE W. ROGERS 


Bossier City 


ARLEEN ROLLIN 


Metairie 


JOHNNIE ROSS 


Shreveport 


vni 




GENEVA CAROLYN RUSSELL 


Sonheimer 


JANICE SALLEY 


Natchitoches 


CAROL SALTER 


Provencal 


JOANNE B. SALTER 


Zwolle 


JOE REECE SALTER 


Florien 




III 




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JUNIORS 




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YIKC.INIA SUE SANDIFER 


Bentloy 


DON L SCOTT 


Alexandria 


V GAYLE SCOTT 


Natchitoches 


SID SERS 


Natchitoches 


MARY MATTHEWS SHARP 


Denham Springs 


II 




C. TERRY SH1PP 


Natchitoches 


LINDA SHIRLEY 


Baton Rouge 


JAMES L SHUMUKE 


Winnfield 


JAMES P. SIBLEY 


Natchitoches 


WAYNE DALE SIMMONS 


Mansfield 


III 




SHIRLEY JUNE SIMPSON 


Gilliam 


ROBERT CHARLES SIMS TKK 


Ruston 


GLORIA ANN SISK 


Kenner 


DAVID DeLESLIE SISTRUNK 


Shreveport 


PATSY JEAN SKINNER 


Pleasant Hill 



IV 




JOHN LESTER SLADE 


Thibodeaux 


CHARLES TRUETT SMITH 


Hodge 


CLARK E. SMITH 


Shreveport 


DAVID PAUL SMITH 


Shreveport 


R KARANINA SMITH 


Shreveport 


V 




ANDREA LINDA SOLIS 


Shreveport 


EDDIE SUE SOREY 


Rayville 


JACKIE R SPEIR 


Chestnut 


SAM H STACY. JR. 


Natchitoches 


THOMAS LARRY STARK 


Tallulah 


VI 




ERIC STEINHAUSER 111 


Shreveport 


EVAN STEINHAUSER SIT 


Shreveport 


LaVERN CARTER STEPHENS 


Natchitoches 


YVONNE STEPHENS 


Natchitoches 


WILLIAM RUSSELL STEVENS 


Coushatta 


VII 




GEORGE STEWART 


Colfax 


AMY STILES 


Campti 


JAMES D STRONG 


Zwolle 


BRENDA GAY STROUD 


Negreet 


ROY SULLIVAN 


Plain Dealing 


vni 




PAT SYLVESTER 


Alexandria 


LINDA TASSON 


Clarksville, Tennessee 


JOE TAYLOR 


Coushatta 


REBECCA JEAN TAYLOR 


Jackson 


SANDRA FRANCES TAYLOR 


Bossier Citv 



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JIMMIE KENNETH TEAGUE 


Haynesville 


SANDRA TEAGUE 


Many 


ANDREA FA YE TERRELL 


New Orleans 


KATE THIBODEAUX A2a 


Mermentau 


JIMMIE THOMAS 


Kinder 


II 




TOMMY D. THOMAS 


Ringgold 


MICHAEL E. THOMSON 


Boyce 


KENNETH RAY TILTON 


Elizabeth 


MARY ANN TOUCHSTONE 


Bossier City 


ALTON LLOYD TOWNSEND, JR. 


Coushatta 


in 




JOSEPH N. TRAIGLE KA 


Belle Chasse 


JUDITH C. TURNBOW 


Shreveport 


GLENDA MAURICE TURNER 


Florien 


PAULINE VAN MOL 


Alexandria 


PAULA VETTER 


Coushatta 




JUNIORS 



IV 



CLYDE FRANCIS VIENNE 


Natchitoches 


ROBERT VINCENT 


Kaplan 


CYNTHIA MARGUERITE VINING 


Amite 


CAROL ANN WAGLEY 


Many 


WILBUR WALDRON, JR. 


Haynesville 


V 




JOYCE L. WALES 


Baton Rouge 


SUE WALES 


Minden 


JEAN V. WALKER AZ 


Shreveport 


DUFFY WALL 


Tullos 


LLOYD E. WALLACE 


Shreveport 


VI 




DANIEL C. WALSH, JR. 


Zachary 


RAE BELLE WARNER 2K 


Alexandria 


EVELYN WATKINS 


Wilda 


MELINDA WATKINS 222 


Shreveport 


S. ANNE WEAVER 


Chesnut 


VII 




RANDALL JOSEPH WEBB 


Haynesville 


MIKE WEEGO KA 


Alexandria 


JAMES AMON WEEKS 


Glenmora 


JOHN WEFFENSTETTE 2TT 


Natchitoches 


HAROLD L. WEIR ITK<f> 


West Monroe 


VIII 




JUNE WEISHEIT 


Houma 


HOWARD M. WELLS, JR. 


Ferriday 


MARIE LaNELL WEST 


Pine Prairie 


O. D. WHITLEY 


Shreveport 


MARION WILDEBOER 


Campti 




J1 3 




DAVID BRIAN WILLIAMS 


Alexandria 


HAZEL WILLIAMS 


Shreveport 


ROSS G WILLIAMS 


Floru-n 


MARY BETH WILLIAMSON A/ 


Baton Rouge 


CHRISTINE WILSON 


Lisbon 


11 




MARGIE WILSON 


Pollock 


SALLIE LUNDIE WILSON 


Natchitoches 


JACK WINTERSTEIN 


Great Falls, Va 


ANNETTE LEA WOOD 


Coushatta 


ROSEMARIE WOOLEY 


Haughton 


III 




CAROLYN ZUVICH 


Buras 


JUDITH ELAINE YOUNG 


Shreveport 


A. JANE YOUNG 


Ashland 


CHERYL YARBROUGH 


Mansfield 


RONALD WAYNE WYATT 


Belmont 


CLINTON D. WORSHAM 


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The class of '66 has dwindled in numbers tremen 
dously since the fall of '62. However, the decrease in 
quantity was by no means accompanied by a decrease 
in quality. 

The fall semester of 1963 was a good one for the 
sophomore class. The class members have "settled 
down" to academic pursuits with their eyes on accom- 
plishments; they have become accustomed to their new 
role as sophomores, and they have made new friends 
and renewed old acquaintances. Many sophomores are 
pursuing extracurricular and social activities. 
These sophomores have truly developed into well- 
rounded college studerr 

With funds derived from class dues, the sophomores 
hope to do something different from what has been 
done with this money in the past. The class hope-- to 
give a scholarship to some worthy student or to donate 
something of worth to the alma mater. Does this not 
exemplify true unselfishness indicative of young 
Am« >f the type that our country needs? 












SOPHOMORE 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 



J. O. CHARRIER 
President 



CALBERT JOHN MARCANTEL 
Vice-President 






ANNE BENEFIELD 
Secretary 



ROY CORLEY 
Men's Representative 



MARY WARNER 
Women's Representative 



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SOPHOMORES 







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I 

GLENDA GAIL ABNEY 


Shreveport 


SANDRA EILEEN ACKERMAN 


New Orleans 


LOLA GAY AIKEN 


Cheneyvilh- 


JERRY EMMETT ALLEN 


Plain Dealing 


SHEILA ANDERSON 


Kinder 


II 




JUDY CAROL ANGELE 


Mansfield 


ACEY HARDY ARDOIN 


Easton 


B J ARDOIN 


Basile 


DOLUS ARNOLD 


Many 


BETTY ARTHUR 


Florien 


III 




NINA R AYRES 


Ashland 


JERRY BRILL 


Shreveport 


MICHAIL FARIS BAC 


Bossier City 


MARIE ANTOINETTE BACQUE 


Lafayette 


CHARLES NEIL BAILEY 


Leesville 


IV 




CAROLYN BAKER 


Shreveport 


DIANE CARY BAKER 


Natchitoches 


MALCOLM BAKER 


Gueydan 


STEPHEN S. BAKER 


Mansfield 


THOMAS E. BALLARD 


New Iberia 


V 




JEAN FRANCES BANDY 


Atlanta 


BEVERLY BARGER 


Pineville 


RACHEL BARNHILL 


Noble 


CONNIE BAZZON 


Natchitoches 


GLENDA DALE BASCO 


Mansfield 


VI 




GROVER L BATES 


Natchitoches 


JOHN MICHAEL BEARDEN 


Benton 


PHILIP BEAUDOIN. JR. 


Natchitoches 


DALRIC JOHN BEAUREGARD 


Haughton 


SHIRLEY ANN BENEFIELD 


Haynesville 


VII 




SANDRA S. BETHANY 


Spnnghill 


ROY BETHARD 


Jena 


CAROL ANN BINGHAM 


Natchitoches 


SUZANNE ELAINE BLACKBURN 


Glenmora 


MARY ANN (Kate) BLANCH ARD 


Houma 


VIII 




LINDA JANE BLAYLOCK 


Monroe 


LINDA C BOESCH 


Baton Rouge 


ROBERT MANCIL BOLLAR 


Alexandria 


JEAN ERMA BOLTON 


Cotton Valley 


WILLIAM THOMAS BOONE 


Leesville 


IX 




RAMONA ANN BOTT 


Shreveport 


ROBERT B BOUNDS 


Rocky Mount 


W RUSSELL BOURKK 


Greenwell Springs 


WILLIAM G. BOURN 


Haynesville 


THOMAS B BOX 


East Point 



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ELIZABETH BOYD 


Natchitoches 


CAROLYN SUE BRADFORD 


Georgetown 


JIMMY LEON BRADFORD 


Walters 


THOMAS BRADLEY 


New Orleans 


CAROLYN A. BRANCH 


DeRidder 


II 

THOMAS HOWARD BRANDON 


Bossier City 


STANLEY EXCELL BRANTON 


Gretna 


WILLIAM R. BRASHER 


Mansfield 


CHARLOTTE ANNE BREEDLOVE 


Natchitoches 


SUE BREEDLOVE 


Natchitoches 


III 




CAROLYN EVERETT BREWER 


DeRidder 


DAVID GAAR 


Alexandria 


JIMMY BRITTAIN 


Many 


JIMMIE LEROY BROSSETTE 


Shreveport 


GILBERT L. BROUSSARD, III 


Shreveport 



IV 



MICHAEL BROUILLETTE 


Cottonport 


EVELYN LOUISE BROWN 


Bastrop 


LINDA M. BROWN 


Mansfield 


WAYNE BROWN 


Sarept 


NORMAN PAUL BRUCE 


Gretna 


V 




DOROTHEA MARIE BRYAN 


Alexandria 


HERSCHEL H. BRYANT 


Verda 


PATRICIA FRANCES BURFORD 


Gloster 


KENNETH BABIN 


Bossier City 


MYRTLE BURKHARDT 


Marin 


VI 




ANNE ELIZABETH CAMPBELL 


Benton 


LARRY GENE CAMPBELL 


Noble 


LINDA CANNON 


Shreveport 


JOSH CARPENTER, JR. 


Springhill 


CAROLYN A. CARTER 


Forest Hill 


vn 




DOUGLAS W. CARTER 


Haynesville 


NEWTON B. CARTER, JR. 


Hampton, Va. 


JACK LEE CAVANAUGH 


Leesville 


CHARLES LARRY CASH 


Shreveport 


MONROE PATRICK CAUSEY 


Zachary 


VIII 




CHERYL LYNN CHABAUD 


Metairie 


RONALD THOMAS CHALAIRE 


Shreveport 


JEANNETTE RITA CHAMPAGNE 


CutOff 


GEORGE A. CHANDLER 


Ferriday 


CONNIE CHANEY 


Rayville 


IX 




J. O. CHARRIER 


Bordelonville 


PERREN ALLEN CHERRY 


Shreveport 


SHIRLEY LYNETTE CHILDS 


Springhill 


HELOISE CHRISTY 


Houston, Texas 


FRED M. CLARK 


Natchitoches 




SOPHOMORES 






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SOPHOMORES 



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i 

SANDRA T CLARK 

NANCY CLAYTON 

BETTY CLEGG 

RAE ANN CLOUSING 

MARTHA LOUISE CLOUTIEH 



II 

TOM" RONALD COCKERHAM 
WILLIAM TOMMY COLEMAN 
ANN E COLLINS 
GLENDA gUE COLLINS 
GERALD GLEN COLVIN, JR 



III 

RUTH CONNOLLY 
CATHERINE COOK 
CARL GLEN COOLEY 
STEVE CORIELL 
SANDRA LOUISE CORKERN 



IV 

ROY CORLEY 
NICHOLAS CORONA. JR. 
GENE L. COUVILLION 
LAURA JANE CRANK 
RACHEL FRANCES CRATON 



CHARLES E. CRAWFORD. JR 
ANN CREEGAN 
FRANCES CRITTENDEN 
ORVAL A CROWDER 
BARBARA FA YE CRYER 



VI 

BETTY GRACE DALME 
ELBERT WILLIAM DARROW 
EVELYN JOYCE DAVIS 
FRANK JAMES DAVIS 
GLENN E DAVIS 



VII 

MARTHA SUE DEAN 
FELIX A. DEJEAN 
MARGARET C DeKEYZER 
BETTY SUE DeWITT 
THOMAS EDWARD 

VIII 

RITA ELLEN DOBBINS 
BENNY ROSS DOBSON 
KATHLEEN L DOHERTY 
MARY FRANCES DOW 
JOHN LEWIS DOWDEN 

IX 

JANET KATHLEEN DOWNS 
WAYNE GRANT DUKE 
HAROLD RANDOLPH DUNCAN 
CHERYL CONN DURAND 
KENNETH DURAND 



Natchitoches 

Natchitoches 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

Natchitoches 



Jena 

Braithwaite 

Winnfield 

Simpson 

Benton 



Kenner 

Alexandria 
Slagle 
Leesvi lU- 
Frank linton 



Mansfield 

Baton Rouge 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Minden 



LeesviUe 
Shreveport 

Mansfield 

Shreveport 

Anacoco 



Montgomery 

Shreveport 

Horn beck 

Covington 

Blanchard 



Colfax 

Opelousas 

Boyce 

Alexandria 
Shreveport 



Shreveport 

Chestnut 

Jennings 

Natchito< 

Kisatchir 



Alexandria 
LeesviUe 

Shreveport 
Pollock 
Pollock 



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GLENDA F. DURR 


Natchitoches 


LINDA KAY EBARB 


Zwolle 


WILLIE GERALD EDDLEMON 


Hineston 


MARILYN ANN ELIAS 


Monroe 


ELLEN JEANETTE EDWARDS ZK 


Longleaf 


II 




SUE ELLIOTT 


Ruston 


SANDRA ELLZEY 


Zachary 


GLYNN ESTES 


Montgomery 


MARGARET ELLEN EVANS 


New Orleans 


CAROLYN MARIE EVERETT 


Alexandria 


in 




CAREY OSBORNE FAIRBANKS, JR. 


Sicily Island 


NONA FARLEY 


Jena 


JACK FELTS 


Joiner, Arkansas 


SANDRA JOYCE FESTERVAND 


Shreveport 


ROBERT A. FINCHER 


Shreveport 




SOPHOMORES 



CHARLES H. FINK 


Gilmer, Texas 


EVA MARY FIRMIN 


Plaucheville 


CHARLES LAWRENCE FISHER 


Natchitoches 


JACK FITZGERALD 


Kenner 


MARJORIE FLOYD 


Pineville 


V 




BRENDA E. FLURRY 


Natchitoches 


JOAN IRENE FOGLEMAN 


Colfax 


DERLA ANN FONTENOT 


Natchitoches 


SUE ELLEN FORBES 


Baton Rouge 


SHARON KAY FORD 


Shreveport 


VI 




HENRY FORDHAM 


Woodworth 


DANNY FOX 


W. Monroe 


MARY ELLEN FRANCIS 22 Z 


Monroe 


KENNETH DALE FRANKS 


Winnfield 


JULIA ELIZABETH FRAZIER AZA 


Irving, Texas 


VII 




MARILYN FRENCH 


Robeline 


ANNETTE M. FRIDDLE 


Houma 


CHESTER FRUGE, JR. 


Basile 


MARTHA FULLER 


Jonesville 


DAVID CORDELL GAAR 


Alexandria 


VIII 




PETE GALLAWAY 


Bossier City 


STEPHEN L. GARCIE nK* 


Zwolle 


CAROLYN SUE GAMBLE 


Marthaville 


EVELYN JEANNETTE GASS 


Hornbeck 


NORMAN KENNETH GAULT 


Shreveport 


IX 




KATHLEEN GEORGE 


Pineville 


CAMILLE GENNARO 


New Orleans 


CAROL ANN GEPHARDT 


Mooringsport 


LINDA JOYCE GHOLSON 


Vivian 


JOHN C. GIBBS 


Ferriday 




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SOPHOMORES 




MARY ANN GILSON 

TYKE GIMBERT 

JOE GIMBERT 

THOMAS H GINGLES. JR. TKK 

BEVERLY L GLASS ZZ2 



II 

JIMMY H GLEASON 

GLORIA SANDRA GOLDSTEIN \ l \ 

SHERRY LYNNE GORMLY \ l \ 

BONNIE GORUM 

LINDA BETH GOTCHER 



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JUDY ANN GOWLAND ril 

ROBERT E GRAHAM 

LEONARD ELMER GRAY 

SIDNEY D GREEN 

NANETTE KATHERINE GREMILLION 



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Natchitoches 
Natchitoches 
Natchitoches 
Natchitoches 
Natchitoches 



Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 

Lake Charles 

Clarence 

Bonier City 



Morgan City 
Shreveport 
Alexandria 

Natchitoches 
Alexandria 



CONSTANCE CAROL GRIGG 


Goldonna 


PHYLLIS R. GUIDRY 


Alexandria 


GAYLON CAROL GUILLET 


Natchitoches 


KENNY GUILLOT K A 


Shreveport 


CRYSTOL ANN GUILLORY 


Cottonport 


V 




KAREN HAGEDORN IK 


Shreveport 


PATTI A. HAMES 


Alexandria 


HAILA HANDLEY 


Lake Charles 


RONALD VINCENT HANNIGAN 


Shreveport 


LYNWOOD L HARGRAVE K \ 


Kaplan 


VI 




CECILIA HARRIS 


Mansfield 


PHILLIP RONDY HARTLINE 


Vivian 


JUDI HARVILLE 


Leesville 


TOMMIE CHARLOTTE HATCHELL 


DeRidder 


SYLVIA LORETA HATHORN 


Natchitoches 


vn 




CARLYN EVELYN HATTAWAY 


Colfax 


SANDRA KAYE HAWTHORNE 


Jonesvillc 


DONALD HAYNES 


Minden 


MARY EVELYN HAYNES 


Shongaloo 


LINDA HAYNIE 


Minden 


VIII 




JAMES M HEAD. JR. 


Monroe 


WINN DAVID HEDESTON 


Killofn, Texas 


JANET KAY HELLMAN 


New Orleans 


NINA ROSE HENDRICKS 


Shreveport 


CARROLL MARVIN HENRY 


Abbeville 


IX 




ALICIA JEAN HERMES \1 1 


Shreveport 


LARRY LUCKIE HERRINGTON 


Zachary 


KENNETH M HICKS 


Shreveport 


TRAVIS WAYNE HIGH 


Isola. Mississippi 


MIRA LEE HILL 


Bossier City 



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MARGARET ANN HINES 


Natchitoches 


JUDY LYNN HINSON 


Many 


THERESA ANN HODNETT 


Colfax 


RUTH ANNE EILEEN HOFFESTADT ASA 


New Orleans 


D. GENE HOLDMAN 


Natchitoches 


II 




JACK CAROLL HOLLENSHEAD, JR. 


Homer 


PATSY HOLLEY 


Caston 


KATHERINE HONEYCUTT 


Provencal 


MARY ANN HORTON 


Coushatta 


MARY NELL HOOPER 


Shreveport 


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MARTHA HORN 


Logansport 


JOANN HORTON 


Benton 


LARRY HOWARD 


Rose Pine 


DANNY M. HRVHORCHUK 


Deweyville, Texas 


SUSAN MARGARET HUBKA 


Monroe 



IV 




RICHARD HUDSON 


Braithwaite 


JAMES A. HUGGINS 


Rosepine 


NANCY HUMBLE 


Manipest 


GERALD W. HUNT 


Wilda 


WALLACE HUDNALL 


Nebo 


V 




LONNIE ELLIS HUGHES 


Plain Dealing 


DELORES HULL 


Shreveport 


PEGGY ANN ISBELL 


Shreveport 


CAROLYN S. IVY 


Sarepta 


LINDA GAYLE JACKSON 


Shreveport 


VI 




KENNETH DALE JAMES 


New Iberia 


RUTH MARGARET JAMES 


Minden 


I. LYNN JEANE 


Leesville 


JERRY JOE JEANE 


Shreveport 


PAUL JEANSONNE 


Alexandria 


vn 




RONALD JENKINS 


Alexandria 


JAN F. JENSEN 


Winnfield 


GEORGIA ANN JOHNSON 


Pineville 


JIMMY D. JOHNSON 


Starks 


JAMES ELMER JONES 


Shreveport 


vra 




KENNETH LYNN JONES 


Hombeck 


MARY ANNE JONES \Z 


Zwolle 


HENRY JOYNER 


Shreveport 


NEIL B. KALBERT 


Shreveport 


SANDRA ANN KELLY 2K 


Shreveport 


IX 




JAMES GARRY KING 


Ferriday 


MARY EVELYN KNAPP 


Leesville 


JUDY KNIGHT 


Winnfield 


JERRY EUGENE KOLB 


Bossier City 


SHERRY CORLISS KOLB ARA 


Shreveport 




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JOHN RAY KOONCE 


DeQuim-y 


SHARON LEE KREEGER 


Shreveport 


Jl'UE F LaCAZE 


Alexandria 


GERALD LAFAYETTE 


Hineston 


ELMER P LAMPKIN 


CUy 


II 




JOY ELAINE LANDRUM 


Leesvillc 


DENNIE ROY LAPRERIE. JR 


Effie 


PATRICIA LATURA 


Shreveport 


ALLENE MARY LAWLESS 


Shreveport 


SANDRA ANNETTE LeDOUX 


Shi rvc|X)rl 


III 




E ADELLE LEE 


Sarepta 


KATHERINE MARIE LEGGETT 


Converge 


WALTER B. LEMON 


Rifle, Colorado 


JOE LEWIS ITT 


Bosm.i C'lt\ 


VIRGINIA ANN LEWIS IK 


Shreveport 



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BETTYE LILLY 


Flonen 


CONETTE LINDSEY 


Ringgold 


WILBUR ELLIS LIPSEY 


Monterey 


ANDREA VIRGINIA LISENBEN 


Winnfield 


SANDY LITTER X/. 


Pineville 


V 




JONES DeWITT LOBRANO 


Winnsboro 


MIKE LOCOCO 


Bossier City 


SUZANNE LOLLEY 


Natchitoches 


CARROLL LONG 


Winnfield 


MARY NELL LOTT 


Natchitoches 


VI 




LOUISE LAWRENCE 


Donaldsonville 


MARY FRANCES LOWE 21 


Shreveport 


CAROLYN ANN LUCAS 


Pineville 


BILLIE MARIE LYNCH 


Noble 


SYLVIA CHRISTINE McALLISTER 


Shreveport 


VII 




CECILIA FAY McCALLISTER 


Bossier City 


MARGARET LOUISE McCARTY 2K 


CheneyvilK- 


KATHERINE G McCLELLAND 


Eunice 


JOHN C. McCLURE 


Coushatta 


DOTTIE McCORMICK 


Leesville 


VIII 




JEWELL A. McCOY ill 


Houma 


RALPH McCRORY 


Jena 


GAIL McCONALD 


Vivian 


JOHN HAROLD McDONALD 


Jena 


JOHN WAYNE McDONALD. JR 


DeRidder 


IX 




SANDRA McDONALD 


Pitkin 


BOYD S. McFATTER 


Plain Dealing 


CALVIN McFERRIN 


Zwolle 


MARY BETH McGEE 


Shreveport 


WAYNE W McKENZIE 


Homer 



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JUDITH LYNNELLE McLAIN 


Campti 


JIMMY McMAHAN 


Pineville 


JOHN McMEEL 


Shreveport 


RONALD PAUL McMILLAN 


Shreveport 


M. ANN McWILLIAMS 


Lake Charles 


II 




GERALD WAYNE MALONE 


Plain Dealing 


CALBERT JOHN MARCANTEL 


Basile 


ALICE FAYE MARTIN 


New Orleans 


JACK ALBERT MARTIN 


Shreveport 


SHIRLEY DEAN MARTIN 


Gonzales 


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MICHAEL J. MARX 


Bossier City 


KATHERINE ANN MATHERNE 


Haynesville 


EDWARD L. MATHIASEN 


Natchitoches 


AMY LOUISE MAXWELL 


Jennings 


HENRY MAYFIELD 


Covington 





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SOPHOMORES 



IV 




MARIE MEDICA 


Alexandria 


BOBBY MEEKER 


Colfax 


JOHNNIE FAYE MELTON 


Heflin 


REBA JOLENE MERCHANT 


Hineston 


MELVA DEEN MERRELL 


Lena 


V 




SANDRA KAY METHVIN 


Arcadia 


RUTH ELLEN MEYER 


Shreveport 


EARLENE MILES 


Shreveport 


BETTY KAYE MILLER 


Many 


DANNA KAY MILLER 


New Iberia 


VI 




DORIS JO MILLER 


Cotton Valley 


WILLIAM GIVONS MILLER 


Haynesville 


LYNDA KAY MILLS AZ 


Shreveport 


NINA JULIE MILLS 


Zachary 


ROSE LYNN MISURACA 


New Orleans 


vn 




MICHAEL G. MIXON 


Atlanta 


MICHAEL LEE MONCRIEF IIK* 


Shreveport 


VELORA ANN MITCHELL 


Many 


BETTIE MOORE 


New Orleans 


EDWINA MYRLE MOORE 


Goldonna 


VIII 




BARBARA ANN MORGAN 


Minden 


MARY EARLINE MORGAN 


Plain Dealing 


ROBERT LaHOOD MOURAD 


Minden 


GEORGE W. MULLINS, JR. KA 


Sarepta 


JUDITH ANN MURPHY 


Heflin 


IX 




MARILYN MURRAY 


Shreveport 


ANN SHERIDAN MUSE 


Corbin 


BETTYE GAYLE MANIE 


Gibsland 


LUTHER A. NATION 


Centerpoint 


DOROTHY NEAL 


Franklin 




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SOPHOMORES 




MARY LOU NEAL 
DAVID HOWARD NEEI.Y 


Frank 1 in 
Bo«ier City 


RANDY P NIX 

JOHN HUDSON NORMAN 


Bo-. 
New Orleans 


JERRY ANN NORSWORTHY 




II 




LAWRENCE NUGENT 


Bastrop 


PHYLLIS NUGENT 


Pini-villc 


SALLY OBRYAN 


Mark.svilU- 


DOYLE G ODOM 
DALE H OGLESBY 


HaynesvilW- 
Verda 


III 




TRUDY OSBORNE 


Alexandria 


JOHN J O'NEILL 


Alexandria 


GENE ORY 
JEAN OUZTS 


Baton Rouge 
Minden 


JERRY WAYNE OXLEY 


Joncsvilli- 


IV 




JOE PARAULT 


Coushatta 


NIKKI DORIS PATTERSON 


Bossier City 


CARLA RUTH PAUL 


Monterey 


CATHERINE ANNE PENNINGTON 


New Orleans 


FRANCISCO H. PEREZ 


Havanna. Cuba 


V 




BILLY G. PERRY 


Shreveport 


GWENETH L PETERSON 


Many 


PATRICIA RUTH PETTITT 


Hammond 


RONALD L. PIERCE 


Baton Rouge 


J. EVERETT PHILLIPS STT 


Shreveport 


VI 




JAMES ELVIN PHILLIPS 


Alexandria 


NORMAN LLOYD PIETSCH 


Ringgold 


GARY PITTMAN KA 


Shreveport 


CATHERINE ANN PLAISANCE 


Waterproof 


HENRY EUGENE PLAISANCE 


Bunkie 


vn 




DONNA LOUISE POLLARD 


Shreveport 


BETTY ANN PONDER 


Shreveport 


PATRICIA RUTH POWER \1 \ 


Shreveport 


JULIA PRICE 


Buckeye 


LLOYD PRICE 


I), \lllr 


VIII 




DON EDWARD PRINCE 


Qaologj 


BERNADINE PROVENZA 


Sh reveport 


MKLINDA JANE PRUETT 


W, st Monroe 


FANNIE LAURA PY I. K 


Bossier City 


WANDA RADFORD 


Mansfield 


IX 




WILLIAM EDGAR RAGAN 


Shreveport 


ALICE ANN RAGSDALE 


Journalism 


JAMES WALTER RANDOLPH ZJY 


Many 


RICHARD LEE REDING 


Bossier City 


KEN R REINHARD. JR ITT 


Waterproof 



136 



JEANIE REES 2K 


Shreveport 


MARJORIE REGIONS 


Natchitoches 


JAMES WILLIAM RENZ 


Natchitoches 


OLIVIA RHODES 


Monterey 


SANDRA LEA RIBAUDO 


Alexandria 


II 




TOM H. RICH ZTT 


Jonesboro 


E. STANFORD RICHARDSON, JR. 


Jonesville 


MARTHA SUE RICKS 


Mount Carmel 


CAROL MARIE RIGDON 


Ashland 


RONALD PATRICK ROAN 


Natchitoches 


m 




CECILIA KAY ROBERTS 


Plain Dealing 


CAROLYN E. ROBINSON 


Alexandria 


THOMAS CHESHEY ROCKETT 


Jonesboro 


DAVID J. ROESSLER 


Houston, Texas 


DANIEL E. ROSS 


Many 




SOPHOMORES 



rv 



WILLIAM ALTON ROWELL, JR. 


Shreveport 


MURRAY T. RUSHING 


Haynesville 


EDDIE ST. JOHN 


Homer 


EARLINE SALLEY 


Marthaville 


GARY D. SALTER 


Fisher 


V 




JOAN SANDERS 


New Orleans 


DORIS V. SCALES AZ 


Metairie 


KENNETH L. SCHENCK, JR. 


Bossier City 


DENNIS EUGENE SCHLEGEL 


Topeka, Kansas 


WILLIAM E. SCHWARTZ 2TT 


Shreveport 


VI 




BILLY W. SCOTT 


Shreveport 


BART DAVID SEALS KA 


Shreveport 


ERNEST W. SELF 


English 


TONI CAROL SESSIONS 


New Orleans 


NEVA MARIE SHARVONO 


Jena 


vn 




CECILIA K. SHEA AZ 


Shreveport 


LOIS PATRICIA SHELTON 


Natchitoches 


RANDELL WAYNE SHELTON 


Bossier City 


LORENE M. SINGLET ARY 


Jennings 


PAULINE E. SIPES 


Zachary 


VIII 




JAMES CARLTON SHEPPARD 


Cotton Valley 


J. RAHN SHERMAN, JR. KA 


Haynesville 


RONNIE E. SHULER 


Minden 


BILLIE ANN SIMMONS 


Jena 


JUDY MARIE SIMS 


Shreveport 


IX 




PATSY KAYE SLAY 


Minden 


BETTY E. SMITH 


Ruston 


LINDA LUCILLE SMITH 


Natchitoches 


SYLVIA SMITH 


Harrisonburg 


JOHN GLYNN SOILEAU 


Ville Platte 




J 37 




f^ 


CARMEN JOHN SPACCAROTELL9 


Detroit, Michigan 


t •» 


JOHNNY SPEARS 


Lake Charles 


\ 1 


RICHARD CHARLES SPEARS 


Simmesport 


w 


T J SPEIR 


Buckeye 


ERNESTINE ELAINE SQUYRES 


Pollock 


t\ 


II 

SALLY ANN STAFFORD 111 


Boyce 


1 I 


GARY WAYNE STAHLHUTH 


Pineville 


w 


JIMMIE DAWN STAMPER 


Shreveport 


rA 


BARBARA GAYLE STANDARD 


Shreveport 




DIANN RUTH STARNS 


Baton Rouge 


r% 


III 




f 


GAYLE MARA STECHA 


Bossier City 


& 


MARSHA STEVENS AX 


Shreveport 


GARY THOMAS STEWART 


Doyline 


MARY STEWART 111 


Natchitoches 


WALTER STILES 


Durundu, Canal Zone 



SOPHOMORES 





s» Pl ^ 




IV 



JIMMY LEON STINSON 


Bossier City 


LINDA GAIL STOKES 


Pitkin 


CAROL STONE 111 


Shreveport 


MARTHA ANN STOVALL 


Elizabeth 


GARY LEN STRATTON 


Coushatta 


V 




LINDA STROUD 


Montgomery 


DORVAL WAYNE STUCKEY 


Deville 


JULIANA DERBES SWANN 


Bunkie 


HAROLD JEFFERSON SWILLEY, II 


Winnfield 


LINDA NELL TALBERT 


DeRidder 


VI 




TERRY TALBERT 


Haynesville 


MICHAEL TARVER K.\ 


Many 


KENNITH W. TATE 


Glenmora 


CHARLES UNDEN TATMAN 


Ville Platte 


LAWRENCE D. TAUSCH 


New Orleans 


vu 




RICHARD G. TAUZIN 


Natchitoches 


MARY ALICE TAYLOR 


Winnfield 


SAMUEL A TAYLOR. JR. 


Durundu. Canal Zone 


JAMES ALLEN TEAGUE 


Haynesville 


WILSON EDWARD TELLER 


Shreveport 


VIII 




RUTH ANN TERRY 


Ida 


PATRICIA LEE THIGPEN 


Franklin ton 


CAROLYN THOMAS AS 


Shreveport 


GAYLE THOMPSON 


Pitkin 


GLENDA THOMPSON 


Chopin 


IX 




JANE THOMPSON 


Shreveport 


SUSAN DOROTHY THOMPSON 121 


Natchitoches 


WILLIAM RAY THOMPSON 


Shreveport 


JUANITA THORNTON 


Springhill 


SANDRA MAY TILLOY 


New Orleans 



.38 



EARL TIMMONS 


Shreveport 


ELVIN TIPTON 


Ringgold 


PATRICIA GAIL TODD 2K 


Shreveport 


BILLY ROY TOMS IIK* 


Orange, Texas 


LINDA TOWNSON 


Fisher 


II 




NIKKI LEA TOWRY 


Natchitoches 


MARCIA ANN TROGEL 


Mansfield 


JULIA TURNER 


Monroe 


ELEANORE TYLOCK 


New Orleans 


MARILYN VANHOOF 


Alexandria 


m 




JIM E. VAPHIADIS 


Shreveport 


CYNTHIA ANN VAUGHAN 


Cotton Valley 


RICHARD LEE VAUGHN 


Pineville 


BARBARA JEAN VanVECKHOVEN 


Florien 


PATRICIA ANN VERCHER 


Derry 




SOPHOMORES 



IV 



JEANETTE WADDLE 


Campti 


DANNY KAYE WALKER 


Shreveport 


SANDRA MARIE WALKER 


Waterproof 


WAYNE WALKER 


Bossier City 


SUSAN ELIZABETH WALL 


Gretna 


V 




WALTER E. WALL 


Baton Rouge 


HAROLD C. WALTNER 


Natchitoches 


MARY ELIZABETH WARREN 


Pineville 


WANDA GALE WATKINS 


Leesville 


RUTH ANN WEBB 


Alexandria 


VI 




BOBBY RAY WELCH 


Shreveport 


MAURICE WELCH 


Shreveport 


FRANCES ANN WELLS 


Logansport 


GLENDA GAYLE WELLS 


Morgan City 


RUSSEL H. WEST 


Pitkin 


vn 




MARTHA CAROLE WHALEY 


Rosepine 


CAROLYN SUE WHITE 


Baton Rouge 


CHARLES E. WHITE 


Shreveport 


MARSHA C. WHITFORD 


Natchitoches 


JUDY AGLENE WHITWORTH 


Pineville 


VIII 




WILLIAM EVAN WIGHT 


Denville, New Jersey 


GLENDA C. WILBANKS 


West Monroe 


LARRY L. WILEY 


Natchitoches 


COLLETTA MARIE WILKINSON 


DeQuincy 


DOYLE GENE WILLIAMS 


Vivian 


IX 




LINDA J. WILLIAMS 


Fort Worth, Texas 


CELIA WILLIS ZZZ 


Coushatta 


NEVA WILLIS AZ 


Shreveport 


BRENDA C. WIMBERLY 


Hall Summit 


CAROLYN SUE WINN 


Sarepta 




J 39 




JENNIFER WINN y/. 


Haynesville 


JUDY CAROL WINN 


Clarence 


WILLIAM L WOOD 


Jal. New Mexico 


CAREY ANN WOOLLEY 


DeQuincy 


THKRERSA ANN YATES 


West Monroe 


II 




JUDY JANETTE YOUNG 


Opelousas 


JUNE L YOUNG 


Sugartown 


MARJORIE ANN YOUNG 


Lake Charles 


SUZANNE YOUNG 


Shreveport 


TONE SUZANNE ZIMMER 


Natchitoches 


III 




SHARON ANNE ZIMMER 


Natchitoches 



SOPHOMORES 



The pause that refreshes 




140 



FRESHMEN 

141 




A. SeLii 



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I 




The year 1963 will be remembered by everyone, in- 
cluding the Freshman class, for there have been many 
new challenges to face, and the future holds more. 

In the beginning we felt the agony of defeat, the 
loss ol ( hief Caddo", the \n%* of tin- •Banner", and the 
loss of fi.S.C. We realized that these were only material 
symbols, and that the future held more. 

\- time proirresM <l. and with the loss of our national 
leader, e*e found ourselves in a crushed world. Mm as 

time went hy, and <>ur nation's wounds healed, we 
realised that the future held more. 

Now with this new year, we mo\e toward our goal 
with renewed strength and belief, and with the com- 
pletion of our Freshman pear drawing near, we thank 
(■od for seeing us safelv thus far. and helping us realize 
that the future hold- more IL^i 






; 





FRESHMAN 

CLASS 

OFFICERS 



ALVA RICHARD TARVER 
President 



HARRY WAYNE MEACHAM 
Vice-President 






THOMAS J. MIMS 
Secretary 



WILLIAM S. NANCE 
Men's Representative 



BARBARA DAN WALLACE 
Women's Representative 



H3 




2222 



FRESHMEN 



222JA* 

2? 3223 




$2^2j!l«i 

222**2 
322222 



JAMES ADAIR 


BosMi-r Cil> 


MAKY LYNNE ADAMS 


Rayville 


CAROL ANNE ADKINS 


Baton HOIIgi 


LYNDA GAYLE ADKINS 


Gibsland 


GEORGANNE ALDKIDCK 


OakdaU- 


GINGER ALESSI 


Independence 


II 

RONALD ALEXANDER 


Shr< 


MERIAM L ALFORD 


Florien 


NOEL W I LI J AM ALLEN 


Jena 


NONA ALLEN 




RONALD KENT ALLEN 


Vivian 


SHARON LYNNE ALIEN 


Shreveport 


III 




JOHN MICHAEL ALLISON 


Pineville 


CARL WILLIAM AMBLER, JR 


Roscpine 
DeRidder 


BERRY MARIE AMES 


MINNIE ALICE ANDERSON 


Calvin 


LIN A CAROL ANTHONY 


Negreet 


JANIE PATRICIA ARMSTRONG 


Minden 



IV 

BETTY LOUISE ARNOLD 
NELVIN MARIE ARNOLD 
RONNIE ARNOLD 
DAN D. ATCHISON 
REGINALD BUSTER ATKINS 
SANDRA J. AYCOCK 



LeROY C. AYRES 
PRISCILLA JANE BABIN 
SANDRA SUE BAILEY 
MARY LOU BAILLIO 
KENNETH RAY BAKER 
TERRELL DOUGINS BANKS 



Jena 

Slogle 

Moorings port 

Leesvill* 

Minden 
Ruston 



A.- h land 

Jonesville 

Mansfield 

Dr>' Prong 

Kaplan 

Bonier City 



VI 

JIMMY DOYLE BANKSTON Kentwood 

S. FA YE BANKSTON Denham Springs 
JOHN THOMAS BARLOW New York, New York 

LINDA BARNES Shreveport 

TERRY WAYNE BARNES Atlanta 

ALVIN HUGHEN BARRON Bavn r C.t\ 



VII 




LYNNE BARRON 


Natchitoches 


SHERRY DIANNE BARRON 


Ashland 


MARY KATHLEEN BARTON 


Shrcveport 


RICHARD CURTIN BASCO. JR 


Cloutiervillc 


DIANA LYNN BASS 


Pitkin 


KENNETH LLOYD BASS 


Plain Dealing 


VIII 




PENNY RUTH BASS 


Shreveport 


DONNA BATEMAN 


Kentwood 


SHARON BAYLISS 


Shreveport 


BETTY JOYCE BEACH 


Wisner 


KAREN MERITA BEARDEN 


Powhatan 


FRANK J. BECKER 


Baton Rouge 


IX 




REBECCA JANE BECKHAM 


Huston 


ReNEE BECNEL 


H.ukberry 


JEANNIE BEHM 


Logans port 


KAREN JEAN BENNETT 


Pollock 


JUDY BELLE BENTON 


Batchelor 


DEAN BEREL 


Florien 



'44 



JOHN R. BERGER 
WILLIAM BERGER 
ROXIE LYNN BERRY 
BEANIE BEYER 
WILLIAM FRED BEYER 
CAROLYN GRACE BICKHAM 



II 

SHIRLEY JEAN BIGELOW 
KATHLEEN BISHOP 
LYNDIA BIVINGS 
ANNABEL BLACKISTON 
JANE BLALOCK 
JOHN W. BLALOCK 



m 

CAREY BLANCHARD III 
RONALD BLANKENSHIP 
BETTY B. BLOCH 
CURTIS JOSEPH BODIN 2TT 
FA YE LYNN BOLTON 
EDD R. BOMAR 



Haynesville 

Haynesville 

Natchitoches 

Shreveport 

Natchitoches 

St. Francisville 



Sulphur 

Alexandria 

Vidalia 

Cahokia, Illinois 

Saline 

Alexandria 



Natchitoches 

Bunkie 

Alexandria 

New Iberia 

Springhill 

Alexandria 





ItllS^S 




FRESHMEN 



IV 

BARBARA BONDS 
EDMOND DANIEL BOONE 
TRAVIS RICHARD BOONE KA 
SHERRY LYNN BOUCHER 
JOAN MARIE BOUDREAUX 
PATRICIA GAYLE BOUTTE 



JAMES MILTON BOWDEN 
PAULA BOWLIN 
HELEN KAY BOYD 
GREG BRADLEY 2TT 
MARY RUTH BRADLEY 
LOLA ANN BRALEY 



VI 

LARRY WILLIAM BRANAGIN 
NANCY JOAN BRANAGIN 
KATHERINE BRAUNIG 
BRIAN E. BREWTON IIK* 
BARBARA LEE BRIAN 
PEARL BRISTOW 



VII 

JUDY BROCK 
CAROLYN ANN BROOKS 
CRAIG BROOKS 
LINDA KAY BROUGHTON 
LYNN BROUILLETTE 
JOHN BROUSSARD 



VIII 

VIDA L. BROUSSARD 
HELEN R. BROWN 
JUDY LEE BROWN 
ROBERT CHARLES BROWN 
SALLYE BROWN 
SUSIE BROWN 



IX 

YVONNE BROWN 

CHARLES LYNN BRUMFIELD 

PHILLIP RAY BRUNSON 

HANK BRYAN 

KATHRYN ANNE BUCKLEY 

STEPHEN RAY BURGER 



KA 



Shreveport 

Leesville 

Bastrop 

Springhill 

Zwolle 

Ville Platte 



Pleasant Hill 

Shreveport 

Minden 

Shreveport 

DeRidder 

Shreveport 



Bossier City 

Bossier City 

Shreveport 

Winnfield 

Coushatta 

Vivian 



Houma 

Vivian 

Sicily Island 

Shreveport 

Natchitoches 

Natchitoches 



Estherwood 

Shreveport 

Minden 

Coushatta 

Natchitoches 

Shreveport 



Many 

Bastrop 

Dry Prong 

DeRidder 

Morgan City 

Coushatta 




I 45 




FRESHMEN 




2^322 



TERRY N BURLEY 
BARBARA BETH BURNS 
REBECCA RAY BURNS 
ANN BUSENBARRICK 
BETTY ANN BUSH 
AUDREY BURKHALTER 



II 



Monterey 

Plain Dealing 

Oil CttJ 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

Baton Rouge 



BARBARA SUE BUTLER Winnsboro 

ELAINE BUTLER Shreveport 

SANDRA BYRD Port Sulphur 

RONALD EUGENE CAGLE Aransas Pass, Texas 

NANCY LYNN CALAWAY SV. Bunkie 

ALFRED T CALHOUN Natchitoches 



III 

JERROL L CALK 

DON W CALVERT 

CAROLYN CAMPBELL 

CHERIE LYNN CAMPBELL 

JAMES CAMPBELL 

JULIUS CALVIN CAMPBELL TKL 



Jena 

Shreveport 

Tioga 

Shreveport 

Florien 

Houma 



IV 



WILLIAM HENRY CANTRELL 


Shreveport 


THELMA YVONNE CAPPS 


Dubberly 


THOMAS NELSON CARLETON 


Shreveport 


BILLY N CARLOCK 


Leesville 


JANIS CARSON 


Many 


OSCAR DAVID CARTER 


Lisbon 


V 




RICHARD CARTER 


Nccdham, Mass 


SANDRA LYNN CARTER 


Bossier City 


PEGGY CASEY IK 


West Monroe 


JACKIE CASKIE 


Shreveport 


MARY LYNN CATHEY 


Stonewall 


SANDRA CATHEY 


Alexandria 


VI 




SUZANNE CHABRECK 


La combe 


LILA JEAN CHAMBERS 222 


Shreveport 


SARA B CHANDLER 


Baton Rouge 


DEIRDRE LYNNE CHANEY 


Alexandria 


CARRIE ELIZABETH CHAPMAN 


Bunkie 


EVELYN ELAINE CHAPMAN 


Lake Arthur 


VII 




CAROL JEAN CHAPPELL 


Ruston 


LARRY CHAUVIN 


Bunkie 


RONALD CHRISTIE 


Bossier City 


BOBBY L CHRISTY 


Bossier City 


BARBARA ANN CIESLA Colonia. New Jersey 


CATHY CLARK 


Monterey 


VIII 




JAMES CLARK 


Clarence 


NELDA GAY CLICK 


Zwolle 


SAMUEL RAY CLIFTON 


Mansfield 


ERNEST C. CLINE JR. UK* 


Shreveport 


JANICE CLOUD 


Castor 


SUE CLOUTIER 


Morgan City 


IX 




GLADYS MARIE COATS 


Pleasant Hill 


DOYLE MONROE COBB 


Mansfield 


MURRAY LYNN COFFEY 


Ashland 


BRENDA SUE COFIELD 


Shreveport 


ROY NEWTON COG BURN 


Bossier City 


CAROLYN COKER 


Benson 



146 



LAVELL L. COLE 
PATSY GALE COLE 
CHARLES COLE WILEY 
MARGARET MARY COLINTA 
PHILLIP COLLIER 
DIANNE COLVIN 222 



II 

NORA COLVIN 
CHRISTINA COODY 
BETTY JO COOK 222 
ERSKINE GRIFFIN COOK 
ROGER M. COOK IIK* 
TOMMIE E. COOK 



III 

CARLTON A. COOLEY 
PATRICIA KAROLYN COOLEY 
SARAH COPE 
CARMEN RUTH CORBETT 
DIANE LIZABETH CORE 
CARL J. CORLEY 



IV 



Hornbeck 
Dubberly 
Coushatta 
Plaucheville 
Pickering 
Shreveport 



Mind en 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

Alexandria 

Mooringsport 

Gloster 



Vinton 

Shagle 

Shreveport 

Pineville 

Baton Rouge 

Boyce 



CLARICE COURVILLE 


Elton 


CHARLES WAYNE COOTEE 


Boyce 


CAROLYN ELIZABETH COX 


Baker 


CHARLES THOMAS COX 


Alexandria 


BENNIE LEE COX 


Logansport 


PHIL CRABTREE 


Shreveport 


V 




MIRIAM CRAFTS 


Shreveport 


DONNA CRAIG 


Alexandria 


MILDRED ELIZABETH CRAUN 


Shreveport 


MICHAEL CRAWFORD 


Vinton 


TOMMYE LOU CRAWFORD 


Elizabeth 


MICHAEL LENDON CREEL 


Dallas, Texas 


VI 




LINDA CROOKS 


Zwolle 


GERALD W. CROSS 


Monterey 


JOY SUE CRUMP 


Haynesville 


CHERYL CRUTCHFIELD 


Shreveport 


SANDRA A. CRYER 


Many 


HELEN JO CULBERTSON 


Keithville 


VII 




MELVIN MICHAEL CUNNINGHAM Elizabeth 


ANN CURTIS 


Alexandria 


RICHARD MICHAEL DAILEY 


Shreveport 


MARY ANN D'AMICO 


Alexandria 


ANA MARIA DAVIDSON ] 


Manila, Philippines 


ANNE MARIE DAVIS 


Coushatta 


VIII 




CHRISTINE DAVIS 


Minden 


LOU ANN DAVIS 


Florien 


MARCIA DAWSON AZ 


Homer 


JOHN DAY 


Alexandria 


VIRGINIA DAY 


Shreveport 


ROBERT A. DEASON IIK* 


Natchitoches 


IX 




GLORIA ANN DeBUSK 


Henderson, Texas 


JOYCE ANN DeFATTA 


Belcher 


GANTT W. DeJEAN 


Opelousas 


BRENDA CARROLL DeLOACH 


Sibley 


JOAN LOUISE DENHAM 


St. Francisville 


CAROLYN SUE DENNIS 


Hodge 




FRESHMEN 




3*&$9a 



H7 



22312 




SHARON DERBONNE 

I. ALLEN DERRICK 
MARY JANE DeSOTO 
KDWARD DESPORTE. JR 
GLOPJA JEAN DEVILLE 
LARRY DALE LVYII.I.K 



II 

JUUA ANN DICKERSON 
DICKIE I) JESTER 
STANLEY ELBERT DICKSON 
RITA DIETRICH 
r.LENN DISTEFANO 
ALVIN R DODI) 



Pinevilli- 
vers* 
PlauchevilU- 
New Orleans 
Devi lli- 
Alexandria 



Mansfield 

Jennings 

C '• -u.shatla 

Natchitoches 

Alexandria 

Marrero 



III 

LINDA DOIRON Alexandria 

JAMES DOLLAR Natchitoches 

CHARLES CHESTER DOMINQUES Breaux Bridge 
FRANKLIN M. DORDAN Shreveport 

LINDA KAREN DOUGLAS Alexandria 

CONNIE LYNN DOXEY West Lon K Branch. N J 



FRESHMEN 




IV 

MICHAIL DOYLE MooruiKsport 

TREBA GAY DOZIER DeRidder 

WILLIAM JAMES DRAPER Shreveport 

CLIFTON DRODDY. JR Oakdale 

BONNIE LEE DRUDIK Devillo 

WILLIAM DOUGLAS DUBOIS Shreveport 



CAROL LEE DUCOTE 
DONNA RUTH DUGGAN 
JAMES RAY DUMAS 
CAROLYNE P. DUNBAR 
RICHARD D DUNBAR 
CURTIS J DUNCAN 



VI 

KAREN DALE DUNCAN 
MICHAEL E. DUNEHOO 
SALLY ANN DUPRE 
JANET DURR 
ROBERT W DURR 
EUGENE F EDMONDS 



VII 

RODNEY J ELKINS 1 1 I 
CHARLOTTE ANNE ELLIS 
JEFFREY L ELLIS 
MARTHA KAY EMMONS 
SUE LORRAINE ENDSLEY 
GINNY ERMATINGER TKZ 



Alexandria 

ifanj 

Wisner 
Opelousas 

Shrrvcport 
Colfax 



Gretna 

Empirt- 

Ville Platte 

Natchito. 

Natchitoches 

Winnfield 



Church Point 

Shri-vi-p<>rt 

Sulphur 

Shreveport 

Houma 

Alexandria 



VIII 

JOANNE ETHERIDGE Zwolle 
SHELTON EUGENE EUBANKS MK« Vidalia 

ROSE AMELIA EVANS Floricn 
O L EVANS. JR St Joseph 

JAMES HARTWELL FAIR. JR Saline 

DANA FARALDO Colfax 



IX 

MARY CAROLYN PARRINGTON Plain Dealing 

RICHARD LOUIS FAUST Shnviport 

GEORGE S FELTER Harrisonhurs 

CAROL DIANNE FENTON Shreveport 

K JANENE FERGUSON Anacoco 

RALPH LAWRENCE FINDI FY Shreveport 



148 



JUDY ELIZABETH FINKLEA 
WILLIAM MARION FINUF 
SHERIE JOAN FISCHER 
RONNIE LYNN FLETCHER 
BARBARA ANN FLINT 
CLINTON HENRY FOLLETT 



Shreveport 

Abbeville 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

Rayville 

Middleboro, Mass. 



II 

GERALDINE MARY FONTENOT 
SUSAS CAROL FOOTE 
MARGARET ELAINE FORD 
PAUL DOUGLAS FORD 
LINDA NELL FOREMAN 
KAREN SUE FORMAN 



m 

JERRY FORMBY 
SUSAS LEE FORSHAG 
JACQUELINE FOSTER 
SANDRA FOSTER 
LEONARD TED FOWLER 
SONYA GAIL FOX 



Ville Platte 

Lake Charles 

Leesville 

Shreveport 

Monterey 

Jonesville 



Shreveport 

Amite 

Vivian 

Shreveport 

Natchitoches 

Houma 



IV 



CAROLE JANE FREEMAN 


Shreveport 


SANDRA JEANNINE FREEMAN 


Shreveport 


GERARD FRUGE 


Basile 


B. JO FULTON 


Lutcher 


KATHY JEAN GADDIS 


Alexandria 


LINDA GAIL GALLASPY 


Mansfield 


V 




RITA JOYCE GALLASPY 


Mansfield 


VERA LOUISA GARCIA 


Natchitoches 


DOTTIE JEAN GARDNER 


Minden 


EUGENE GARNER 


Sibley 


SUE GASKIN 


Fort Necessity 


JUDY GASPARD 


Plaucheville 


VI 




BARBARA LYNN GATES 


Pineville 


BILL GERSON 


Monroe 


MEYERS LOUIS GEWEL 


Zwolle 


ROBERT WILLIAM GHOLSON 


Vivian 


JAMES CALVIN GIBBS 


Marthaville 


EARLINE GILLESPIE 


Vivian 


VII 




MARGARET EILEEN GLASS 


Bossier City 


ROBERT MARK GLASS 


Alexandria 


ALVIN R. GOODWIN, JR. 


Benton 


JANE FRANCES GORDON 


Winnfield 


CAROL DIANNE GOZA 


Monroe 


LYNN GRAFF 


Shreveport 


vni 




PATTY GRAHAM M 


Natchitoches 


MARY LEE GRANTHAM 222 


Alexandria 


SUSAN KAYE GRAVIER 


Alexandria 


PATRICIA JANE GRAVES 


Vivian 


MILDRED LUCILLE GRAY 


Otis 


REBECCA DUE GRAY 


Sibley 


IX 




JAMES L. GREEN 


Bossier City 


LINDA N. GREEN 


Shreveport 


JAMES VERNON GRICE 


Converse 


LYNETTE GRIFFIN AZ 


Shreveport 


LOIS KARAN GRINCHUNAS 


Bossier City 


SANDRA GUIDRY 


New Orleans 




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DAVID R GURLEY 
HAZEL RUTH GUYNES 
SHARON HAGER 
BARBARA JEANNE HAGIN 
MARY DANA HAHN 
BARBARA LOUISE HAIGHT 



II 

CAROL ANN HALL 
RONNIE EUGENE HALL 
HELEN ELIZABETH HAM 
CAROL LYNN HAMITER 
RAYMOND HAMITER 
LINDA JAN HAMMONS 



III 

TUTTA F HANCHEY 
JOEL G HARDAWAY 
KENNETH MONROE HARDY 
REBECCA HARMS 222 
JUDY KAYE HARPER 
SARAH EMILY HARRINGTON 



MeUine 
Dry Prong 

Mansfield 

Alexandria 

Lake Arthur 

Natchitoches 



Bossier Citv 

Hombeck 

Natchitoches 

Bossier Cttj 

Plain Dealing 

Kentwood 



Berlin. Germany 

Bossier City 

Many 

Shreveport 

Cheneyville 

Winnfield 



IV 

RUBY JEANETTE HARRIS 
ROBERT F. HARRISON 
FA YE HART 
LINDA FAYE HARWELL 
THOMAS L. HARWELL 
LORAINE HAT AW AY 



ALFRED W HATHORN, JR. 
D. SCOTT HAWKINS. JR. 
MARY PATRICIA HAYDEN 
RICKY HAYGOOD 
JOHNNY G. HAYNES 
LOTTIE HAYWARD 



Baton Rouge 

Alexandria 

Mansfield 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

Pollock 



Deville 

Fayetteville. Ark 

Coushatta 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

Natchitoches 



VI 

NELDA FAYE HEADRICK Baton Rouge 

GEORGIA ANN HEBERT Clinton 

WALLACE ANDREW HEBERT. JR. Westlake 

ERIC HEFLEY Alexandria 

DONALD HEINE Queens Village. N. J 

ROBERT HENAGAN DeQuincv 



VII 



EVELYN CAROL HENDERSON 


JonesvilW 


MARIBETH HENDERSON 




Logans port 


NANCY HENDERSON 




Rayville 


VERNA JOY HENDRIX 




Roaepine 


MABEL ANN HERNANDEZ 




Lena 


GLENN L HICKSON 




Campti 


vni 






ROBERT HIGHTOWER 




Shreveport 


JIMMIE MARIE HILBORN 




Snrevi-port 


CHARLOTTE ANNE HILL 




Bossier City 


CHARLOTTE ANNE HILL 




Holly Ridge 


SANDRA HILL 




New Orleans 


CHERYL LYNN HILLMAN 




Lock port 


IX 






SHARON HILLMAN 




Lena 


DAVID EARL HITT 




Shreveport 

Calvin 


VIRGINIA KATHERINE HODGES 


GARY HODNETT 




Minden 


LLOYD HENRY HOFFMAN. 


JR 


DeRidder 


LLOYD DOUGLAS HOLLAND 


Parhams 



150 



BENITA HOLLIDAY 


Minden 


ALICE HOLMES 


Pineville 


CHERYL NELWYN HOLT 


Bossier City 


CAROLA JEANNE HONEYCUTT 


Pineville 


MARY LYNETTE HONEYCUTT 


Dry Prong 


JAMES ARTHUR HOOD 


Springhall 


II 

SADIE UDORA HOPKINS 


Pineville 


DIANNA LYNN HORTON 


Winnfield 


DONALD GRAY HORTON 


Coushatta 


SUSAN JENE HOWARD 


Longville 


ROSEMARY GWINN HUBBS 


Pripe 


NELLIE I. HUDNALL 


Jena 


m 




JIMMIE HUGHES 


Plain Dealing 


REGINA ROSE HURST 


Gonzales 


CHESTER HUTCHINS, JR. 


Jena 


MARY ELIZABETH HUTTON 


Pineville 


WILLIAM HENRY INABNETT 


Minden 


JEFFIE RAY INGRAM 


Robeline 



IV 



HAZEL LOUISE IRWIN 


Morgan City 


ALLIE SUE IVY 


Dry Prong 


ELIZABETH ANN JACKSON 


Montgomery 


BILLY RAY JARRETT 


Shreveport 


JANE HOWARD JEFFRESS 


Alexandria 


ANDREW CHARLIE JOHNSON, 


JR. Coushatta 


V 




BETTY JEAN JOHNSON 


Pitkin 


CALVIN RAY JOHNSON 


Hineston 


JUDE DANIEL JOHNSON 


Church Point 


LYLIA DIANE JOHNSON 


Otis 


MELVIN JOHNSTON 


Baton Rouge 


SANDI JOHNSTON 


Shreveport 


VI 




LOUIE MITCHELL JOINER, JR 


Shreveport 


CHARLOTTE JONES 


Jena 


DENNIS ELWOOD JONES 


Clayton 


DON FOSTER JONES 


Mansfield 


KATHY JONES AZ 


Shreveport 


LINDA SUE JONES 


Shreveport 


VII 




NORMA JONES 


Shreveport 


RONALD L JONES 


Shreveport 


SUSAN E. JONES 


Shreveport 


KAY JORDAN 


Omaha, Nebraska 


CAROLYN KAISER 


Welsh 


MARGARET ANN KEETH 


Jonesville 


VIII 




JERRY C. KEMP 


Coushatta 


RONNIE RAY KENDRICK 


Vivian 


PEGGY LaRUE KENNINGTON 


Coushatta 


PATRICIA ANNE KILE 22 2 


Natchitoches 


THOMAS SANDERSON KIMBALL Shreveport 


HARRY L. KIRK 


Pollock 


IX 




ALAN KIRKPATRICK 


Stanford,, Conn. 


TERRY KISLA 


Shreveport 


LYNDA LEE KNEIPP 


Shreveport 


CHARLES EDWARD KNOX 


Shreveport 


JOSEPH THAREN KORN 


Dry Prong 


JOYCE DEAN LAIRSCEY 


Ruston 



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AbbvvilU- 


LIONEL J LANGLOIS 


Shreveport 


LAN NY LARCHE 


Fisher 


CHERYL ELIZABETH LATHAM 


LecsvtlU' 


JAMES Hi )NALD LATHAM 


Sulfur 


YICKI LATTIER 


Abbeville 


II 

DIANNE LAURENCE 


Ana coco 


LINDA GAYLE I.AWIJSS 


Haynesville 


LARRY LEACH 


Hornbeck 


ALICE ROSE LcBLANC 


St James 


ELIZABETH FLOURNEY LEDET 


Natchitoches 


ROBERT F. LEE 


Baton Rouge 


III 




RODNEY K LENARD 


Wmniield 


RITA JOAN LEWIS 


Marthavil It- 


CAROLYN LINDSAY 


Baker 


SAMMY RAY LINDSEY 


Coushatt.i 


STEVEN S LISSARD 


New Iberia 


CAMILLE BARBARA LITTLEJOHN 


Bossier Citv 



IV 

DOUGLAS VERNON LLOYD SarepU 

GARY LYNN LOCKEY Cotton Valley 

BILLY WAYNE LOGAN Heflin 

MICHELINE MAE LONG Bossier Citv 

ROSEMARY LORIA Vienna 

GWENDOLYN A LOUPE New Orleans 



JOYCE LOVITT Sulphur 

BARBARA ANN LUCAS Logansport 

BECKY LUNSFORD Minden 

LARRY ALLEN McBRIDE Dovline 

WILLIAM DeWITT McBRIDE Chenevville 

WILLIAM T McBRIDE Natchitoches 



VI 

JEAN McCANN Devillc 

WILEY GLENN McCLAIN Havnesville 

MARSHA LEIGH McCOLLUM Minden 

BRIAN RUSHTON McCOY TKK Shreveport 
CRANFORD OLAN McDANIEL. JR Shreveport 

JEANNIE McDANIEL Shreveport 



VII 

ray Mcdonald 

WALLACE McELFRESH 
FRANCES ANNE McELVEEN 
MARTHA McELWEE 
JEAN McFARLAND 
TROY VON McGEE 



VIII 

MARCELLA FAYE McGLOTHEK 
NELDA JEAN McKEE 
JERRY JACK McLAURIN 
SANDRA KAY McMILLAN 
DONALD WILLIAM McNICHOL 
NOBLE JACOB MABOU 



Shreveport 

Homer 

Roseland 

Havnesville 

Athens 

Greenwood 



Opelousas 

Lee.svillr 

Baton Rouge 

Logans port 
Pinevillc 

Devil!. ■ 



IX 

M. GAIL MADDOX 
KATHRYN PAMELA MAGRUDEN 
FLORENCE EVELYN MAHAFFEY 
WILLIAM JAMES MAHER 
GERALD W MALLEY 
CAROLYN SUE MALONE 



DeRidder 

Frankhnton 

Florien 

Bronx. New York 

Cotton Vallev 

DeRidder 



iy 



RICHARD WAYNE MANNING 
JOY FRANCES MANNZEN 
E. MARIE MANSHACK 
THOMAS CALVIN MARLER 
BETTY LEE MARTIN 
DEBORAH JANE MARTIN 


Shreveport 

Converse 

Converse 

Sieper 

Chopin 

Shreveport 


II 

JANICE FAYE MARTIN 
VERNON WAYNE MARTIN 
RAY MIKE MARTINEZ 
JOANNE GAIL MARX 
ANN MASSEY 
SUSAN MASSEY 


Amite 

Shreveport 

Shreveport 

Bossier City 

Amite 
Shreveport 


III 




EVERET EARL MATHES 
SHIRLEY G. MAUGHAN 
JOHNNY HENRY MAXEY 
HARRY WAYNE MEACHUM 
ELIZABETH ANN MEARES 
HAROLD MELDER 


Shreveport 

Natchitoches 

Minden 

Ringgold 

Ringgold 

Glenmora 



IV 

CAROL JEAN MEYERS 
LOUIS GEWEL MEYERS 
TRUMAN MIERS 
H. CONRIDE MILLER, JR. 
JAMES E. MILLER 
KATHERINE MARIE MILLER 



KATHLEEN M- MILLER 
JERRY CARL MILLER 
JIMMIE WAYNE MILLER 
JON MICHAEL MILLER 
SANDRA MILLER 
THOMAS J. MIMS KA 



VI 

CYNTHIA MILTON 

SHARON LEE MISKIMINS AZ 

EUGENIA LOUISE MITCHESS 

EILEEN MIZELL 

FRANK MOBLEY 

HARRY JAMES MOBLEY 



VII 

RUBY MOBLEY 
ANTHONY JOSEPH MODICA 
GLENDA ROSE MONK 
MARY ELLEN MONK 
SHEILA JAN MONSOUR AZ 
RANDOLPH MONSUR 



Bossier City 

Zwolle 

Anacoco 

Wright 

Doyhne 

Shreveport 



Baton Rouge 

Glenmora 

Minden 

Winnfield 

Anacoco 

Shreveport 



Bunkie 
Shreveport 
Shreveport 
Forest Hill 
Alexandria 
Natchitoches 



Converse 
Bossier City 
Wood worth 
Alexandria 
Shreveport 
Alexandria 



VIII 

DONNA BETH MONTEGUT Amite 

MARGARET ROSE MONTGOMERY New Orleans 

JOYCE MARLENE MOORE Goldonna 

REBECCA LATATIA MORACE Pineville 

CONNIE ELIZABETH MORELAND Ringgold 

BETTY JOYCE MORGAN Shreveport 



IX 

BONNIE KATHLEEN MORGAN Jennings 

FRANKIE MORRIS Haynesville 

CHARLOTTE ANN MORRISON Shreveport 

JANET KAY MOTT Cheneyville 

WANDA FAYE MULLANIX Shreveport 

JUDY GWINN MULLINS Bossier City 








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KAYI LORRAINE MYLES 
ANITA NADRCHAL 
CAROLYN JEANNE NAPIER 
PATRICIA GAIL NEAL 
NELDA NORRIS 



II 

GUY LANE NESON 
LINDA KAY NETTLES 
CHERYL IRENE NEVILLE 
JAMES RONALD NEWBERRY 
DONNA KAY NICHOLS 
JUDY ANN NICHOLS 



III 

PHYLLIS NICOSIA 
CHARLOTTE NOHSE 
RITA LaNELL NORRED 
MARY LOUISE NORRIS 
NORVELL F. JAMES 
JOLENE F O'QUIN 



Minden 

Franklintun 

Minden 

Converse 

St FrancLsvillr 

Dry PronK 



Natchitoches 
Ringgold 

New Orleans 
Shrevcport 
Shreveport 
Shreveport 



Frisco 

Shreveport 

Montgomery 

Wmnsboro 

Boyce 

Lafayette 



IV 

JOHN WAYNE OTWELL 

MARGARET FORTSON OWEN 

SHIRLEY PACE 

SUSAN DIANE PACE 

FRED B. PALMER 

HAROLD WAYNE PARKER KA 



BARBARA ELAINE PARROTT 
FRANCES PARSONS 
CAROL ANN PATTEN 
GAIL PATTERSON 
ANITA PATTON 
ELEASE PATTON 



VI 

CAROLYN AVAGAIL PAUL 
MICHAEL GAY PEARCE TKK 
CAROLYN SUE PENNINGTON 
PANNY DAVID 
PAM PEPPERMAN 
MARY DELAIN PERKINS 



Natchitoches 

Alexandria 

Colfax 

Alexandria 

Shreveport 

Collinston 



Vivian 

Shreveport 

Alexandria 

Baton Rouge 

Vidalia 

Shreveport 



Winnfield 

Wilson. N C 

Florien 

Mansfield 

Metairie 

Leesville 



VII 

MICHAEL OTIS PERKINS 
ALICE VIRGINIA PERSON X/. 
THOMAS DEAN PETERSON 
CECILE PHELPS 
DALTON BURL PHELPS 
ESSIE MARINE PHELPS 



vni 

SONDRA PHELPS 

PAUL H. PHILLIPS. JR I K I 

GERALDINE LEE PIATT 

JIM PIERCE 

JAMES PIERRELEE 

DEEANN MARIE PITTMAN 



Pitkin 

Lettsworth 

Norfolk, Virginia 

Natchitoches 

Logansport 

Simpson 



Marthaville 

Minden 

Bossier City 

Springhill 

Bossier City 

Raton Rouge 



IX 

DOUGLAS DWIGHT PITTMAN TKE Pitkin 

SHIRLEY ANN PITTMAN Dubhorlv 

SHARON ANN PITTS Robeline 

E. DIANE PLUMMER Jonesboro 

JUDY POE Shreveport 

PAT PORTER Monroe 



I 5 4 



VERONICA PORTIE 


Hackberry 


JAMES RONALD POSEY 


Doyline 


NINA JEAN POSTON 


Vivian 


PRUDENCE EUGENIA POWELL 


Bossier City 


CHERYL JAN PREVOST 


Golden Meadow 


BEATRICE E. PREEDOM 


Shreveport 


II 

BETTY PREWITT 


Simpson 


JINNIE V. PREWITT 


West Monroe 


LUCILLE HOPKINS PULLAM 


Zachary 


CHARLES JOSEPH RABALAIS 


Bunkie 


MARTY JAMES RABALAIS 


Plaucheville 


STELLA REBECCA RABURN 


Coushatta 


III 




DIANE L. RACHAL 


Lena 


DAVID M. RAMBIN 


Shreveport 


BARBARA J. RAMSEY 


Spearsville 


L. CAROLYN REED 


Sibley 


DERITA MAE REGISTER 


Port Allen 


CfiARMIAN FRANCES REICHENBACH 




Shreveport 



VI 



ZELLA MARIE REID 


Shreveport 


JONETTE REYNOLDS 


Bastrop 


MARY JEANETTE REYNOLDS 


Bossier City 


MILTON SLATER RHEA 


Minden 


JANE KATHRYN RICE 222 


Alexandria 


VINCENT RICE, JR. KA 


Shreveport 


V 




ANNE MARIE RICHARD 


Baton Rouge 


PATRICIA RICHARDS 


Shreveport 


JUDY RICHARDSON AZ 


Vivian 


THOMAS RICHARDSON 


Minden 


EDNA FAYE RIVERS 


Zwolle 


DEWINA ROACH 


Converse 


VI 




UNA MARY ROACH 


Stonewall 


FRANCES JERELYN ROBERTS 


Shreveport 


SANDRA KAY ROBERTSON 


Pineville 


MARY ROBINSON 


Grayson 


JOHN EARL ROE 


Marthaville 


MINNIE FAY ROE 


Marthaville 


VII 




MARY KATHRYN ROGERS 


Rayne 


LOIS SHARON ROHRBACKER 


Sarepta 


SANDRA GAYLE ROLLAND 


Shreveport 


GENE RUSSELL ROWZEE 


Leesville 


JANE RUCKER 


Shreveport 


THOMAS RUESCH 


Shreveport 


vni 




PHYLLIS ANN RUMFELT 


Leesville 


ROD N. RUNYAN 


Shreveport 


BRENDA RUSHING 


Haynesville 


DONALD W. RUTHERFORD 


Benson 


HOWARD RYDER, JR. 


Alexandria 


CHARLES SALLEY 


Natchitoches 


IX 




CHARLES SAMUEL 


Minden 


SNADY SANDEFER 2K 


Baton Rouge 


ALTON K. SANDERS 


Leesville 


GLENDA JAN SANDERS 


Shreveport 


SARAH ELIZABETH SANDERS 


Shreveport 


PATRICIA SASSER 


Alexandria 







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DELORES LINDA SCAIKK 
W1LUAM OLIVER BTAf JB 
CATHY SCALF 
WANDA ALVINA SCHRENK 
REBECCA SCHWARTZ 



II 

DEAN COSTA SCLAVOUNOS 
BETTY KATHRYN SCOTT 
HARRIETT LUCILLE SCOTT 
JOHN TEDDY SCOTT 
PEGGY SEELING 
DEANNA JEAN SEMON 



III 

THERESA SEPULVADO 
KAYE SEWEIX 
JOHN H SHAFER 
SHIRLEY F SHAFFER 
SHARRON SHANNON i-il 
RICHARD W SHARBOUGH 



Glenmora 
Manv 

PolUk 

Shreveport 
Boycc 

Leesvilli- 



...M . M(i 

Shreveport 
Shreveport 
Alexandria 
Alexandria 
Shreveport 



Zwolle 

Morgan I 

Oil Cm 

Gibsland 

Alexandria 

Baton Rouge 



IV 



DONALD RAY SHARPE 


DeRidder 


PATTY NELL SHAVER 


Plain Dealing 


MATTIE FAYE SHAW 


Lakt Providence 


BILL SHEFFIELD 


Montgomery 


JO LYNN SHELTON 


Shongaloo 


RAYMOND SHELTON 


Winnfield 


V 




KATHLEEN SHEPHERD 


Morgan City 


NINA SUE SHIPP 


WeUh 


BRANT SHOCKLEY 


Doyline 


MAX HILL SHORT 


Bienville 


RUTH SHOWS 


Amite 


JOHN PHARO SILLS 


Natchitoches 


VI 




PATRICIA ANN SIMON 


Gueydan 


SHIRLEY NELL SIMMONS 


Kurthwood 


CAROL ANN SKERRETT 


Laf. 


BOBBY SLACK 


Sarepta 


JUDY JENELL SMART 


Shreveport 


BRENDA KAY SMITH 


Alexandria 


VII 




FRANKLIN RAY SMITH 


Corbitt 


GLORIA MARIE SMITH 


Tioga 


JANET SMITH 


Alexandria 


JOANNE SMITH 


Keithville 


MICHAEL FRANKLIN SMITH 


Ringgold 


WAYNE RONALD SMITH 


Shrc 


VIII 




WILLIAM RANDAL SMITH 


SIiieve|.i.rt 


BERNICE ELIZABETH SNEAD 


Coushatta 


JESSIE ANNIS SNEED 


Shreveport 


PAUL WINSTON SNELLING 


Converse 


KENNETH JOHN SNYDER 


Shreveport 


CHARLOTTE THERESA SONTOYO Ferriday 


IX 




CHARLES LYNN SOUTHERN 


C.ctor 


RAYMOND SPARKS 


Orange, Texas 


JERRY RAY SPEARS 


Plain Dealing 


RITA ELAINE SPILLERS 


Atlanta 


PAUL EDWARD SPURLOCK 


Bossier City 


RUTH ANNE STAGG 


Opelousas 



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JAMES RAY STEWART 
PATSY LYNN STEWART 
BARBARA LYNN STINSON 
MARY ELIZABETH STINSON 
BRANKO STOJADINOVIC 
THOMAS WILLIAM STROHE 



II 

CARROLL STROUD 
EVELYN CAROL SULLIVAN 
MARVIN H. SUMMERS 
LINDA SUMRALL 
STUART JEFFREY SUSSMAN 
RICKY TARVER 



in 

MARIE TASSIN 
GLENN TAYLOR, JR. KA 
JAMES TAYLOR 
JUDY TAYLOR 
THEDA MAE TAYLOR 
WINNIE MARIE TEW 



Alexandria 

Leesville 

Patterson 

Bossier City 

Chicago, Illinois 

Welsh 



Florien 

Plain Dealing 

Baton Rouge 

Shreveport 

Bossier City 

Many 



LeCompte 

New Orleans 

Morgan City 

Coushatta 

Winnfield 

Shreveport 



VI 



JOHNNY THOMPSON 


Sikes 


LETA THOMPSON 


Georgetown 


LINDA LOUISE THOMPSON 


Shreveport 


LINDA RAE THOMPSON 


DeRidder 


PATRICK LARRY THOMPSON IIK* 


Shreveport 


WINTER VERA THOMPSON 


Pitkin 


V 

CONNIE LYNN TIMMONS 


Alexandria 


KENNITH D. TOUCHET 


Gueydan 


CAROLYN FAYE TOUPS 


Shreveport 


LINDA PATRICIA TOUSEK 


Pineville 


MILTON REID TRAPP 


Anacoco 


KEN WAYNE TRIPP 


Haynesville 


VI 




WILBERT C. TRISLER 


Mayna 


LINDA LOU TROUT 


Shreveport 


ROBERT SAINT CLAIR TURK 


Shreveport 


BILL L. TURNER 


Shreveport 


GENELLE GAIL TURNER 


Zachary 


THOMAS FLOYD TURNER 


Minden 


VII 




VIRGINIA GAIL TYLER 


Logansport 


CAROLYN JEANETTE VALENTINE 


Mansfield 


SUSY VAN DYKE 


Pineville 


RONALD EDWARD VAUGHN 


Colfax 


MELBA J. VERCHER 


Campti 


SUSIE LYNN VERCHER 


Cloutierville 


vni 




JAMES ALTON VEULEMAN 


Many 


RAMONA BETH VINES 


Winnfield 


GLENN DALE VIOLA KA 


Natchitoches 


KENNETH JAMES VON HOLLEN 


Shreveport 


RUBY CHRISTENE WADE 


Shreveport 


JOSEPH B. WALKER 


Otis 


IX 




WANDA L. WALKER 


Leesville 


JALON H. WALL 


Vivian 


BARBARA DAN WALLACE 


Shreveport 


CLAUDETTE ADELLA WALLACE 


Natchitoches 


LINDA SUE WALLACE ZK 


West Monroe 


VELMA SUE WALPOLE 


Trout 








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ROY WALTON 
GAYLON E WAMBLE 
ROSA LEE WARD 
WILLIAM WARREN WARD 
JUDY LYNN WARNER 
KENNETH RAY WARREN 



II 

PATSY ANN WATKINS 
ADRIENNE JEAN WATSON 
HARDEY WAYNE WATSON 
EVELYN WEATHERFORD 
SAM WEAVER 
BERTHA HIBERNIA WEBB 



III 

LINDA GAY WEBER 
DAVID RALPH WEBSTER TKE 
JACK EDWIN WELCH 
BARBARA CAROLYN WELLS 
JOHN E WELLS 
ROY MILTON WELLS 



IV 



Monroe 

Shreveport 

Provencal 

Monroe 

Cotton Valley 

Springhill 



Wild* 
Shreveport 
Shreveport 

Kinder 
Shri-veport 

Sieper 



Bastrop 

Sussex 

Mansfield 

Buckeye 

Monroe 

Marthavillf 



SHEILA DIANNE WELLS 


Plain Dealing 


SUE B. WELLS 


Logans port 


RUSSELL GARY WENDT 


Dodson 


ROBERTA WESCOTT 


Bossier City 


BOBBY R WEST 


Natchitoches 


LYNN WHEELIS 


Bossier City 


V 




PATRICIA ANN WHIDDON 


Pineville 


BARBARA DIANE WHITE 


Pineville 


GEORGE WESLEY WHITE 


Bonita 


JAMES CLINTON WHITE 


Addis 


KARL DENSON WHITE. JR 


DeSoto 


SUZIE WHITE 


Covington 


VI 




RONNIE J WHITMORE 


Simmesport 


KENNETH E. WILEY 


Alexandria 


SHARON LEA WILEY 


Baton Rouge 


CAROL DIANNE WILKIN 


Bossier City 


FRANKIE WILLBANKS 


Pineville 


MARTHA ANN WILLIAMS 


Opelousas 


VII 




PATSY GAYLE WILLIAMS 


Goldonna 


SANDRA WILLIAMS 


Fort Worth. Texas 


JAMES WILLIAM WILLIS 


Shreveport 


JOHN TODD WILLIS 


Ringgold 


ANN WILSON 


East Point 


GRACE J WILSON 


Shreveport 


VIII 




LAREN HARVEY WILSON 


Edgerly 


MIKE WILSON 


Alexandria 


MICHAEL WILSON 


Alexandria 


SUSAN CAROL WILSON 


Oakdale 


SUSAN M WILSON 


Bossier City 


SUSAN KAY WIND 424 


Gretna 


IX 




ELIZABETH WOODWARD 


Shreveport 


JOYCE LEE WOODARD 


Bossier City 


MICHAEL WOODRUFF 


Shreveport 


JOHN B WOODYARD II 


Wanysmith. Michigan 


JENNIFER ANN WOOLEY 


Tioga 


JULIE WORKS 


Houston. Texas 



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LAURREL PHYLLIS WORSHAM 

CORINNE WRIGHT 

GLENDA JEAN WRIGHT 

NICK WRIGHT 

RITA LEE WRIGHT 



Alexandria 

Winnfield 

Shreveport 

Bossier City 

Sheffield, Alabama 

Negreet 



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RONALD EDWARD WRIGHT Maplewood 

MARGARET ANN YARBROUGH Coushatta 

LYNN YAU Hong Kong 

CHRISTIAN EDWARD YOUNG III New Orleans 
JO ANN YOUNG Woodcliff Lake, N. J. 

DAN ZACKARY Bossier City 



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ATHLETICS 









Head Football Coach 
J \( K CLAYTON 



THE 196 5 FOOTBALL 



The Northwestern Demons, defending Gulf States Conference 
champion*, finished the 1963 football season with a record of 
4-6. The Demons, who wire heavily favored to repeat as G.S.C. 
champs, had the material H win hut just couldn't find the torch 
to light the way to victory 

A little overconfident and cocky, the Demons ran into a de- 
termined Stephen F. Au.-tin squad, couldn't get started, and had 
to return home the victims of a 10-0 upset. With a week to work 
out their problems, the squad traveled to Pineville to do battle 
with the always-dangerous Louisiana College Wildcats. The 
Wildcats were ready for the Demons and sent them home on 
th< short end of a 13-7 scon With 2 defeats behind them the 
Purple and White settled down the following week and defeated 
the Northeast Indians in a G.S.C. game. 27-19. 

October 12. the Demons traveled to Abilene, Texas, to battle 
the powerful Abilene Christian Wildcat*. Although the Demons 
played hard-hitting football, the Wildcats were just a little too 
much for the Demons and came out on top of the 28-18 score. 
With school spirit and team morale hi^h the Demons were ready 
to do battle with the I-ouisiana Tech Bulldogs in the annual 
State Fair Classic. This year the Bulldogs were up in arms and 
ready for the Demons as they completely dominated the game 
and defeated Northwestern 27-13. After losing to Tech, the 
Demons celebrated Homecoming by defeating Florence State 



Coach Gene Knecht, Coach Akin Brown, Coach Clayton, Coach 
Walter Ledet and Coach Ernest Howell. 




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SEASON 



SAMMY JOE ODOM 
Permanent Team Captain 



GLENN TALBERT 
Permanent Team Captain 



33-14. After the victory over Florence State, the N.S.C. eleven 
defeated a powerful Appalachian team 33-20. The following week 
brought undefeated McNeese State to Natchitoches. McNeese, 
using the strong running of its backs and the strength of its line, 
defeated the Demons 21-14. The last two games were played on 
the road and the Demons split the two games, losing to U.S.L. 
19-13 and defeating Southeastern 13-7. 

There will be 10 seniors leaving the 1963 Demon squad. De- 
parting will be Kenneth Hood, Johnny Ray Norman, Roy Gen- 
try, Al Anding, John Wayne Odom, Herbie Smith, Jerry Burton, 
Glenn Talbert, G. W. Zachery, and Sammy Joe Odom. 



ALONZO STAGG AWARD 



S.F.A., Johnny Ray Norman; La. Col- 
lege, Jerry Burton; Northeast, Sammy 
Joe Odom; A.C.C., Roy Gentry; La. 
Tech, Sammy Joe Odom; Florence, 
Glenn Talbert; Appalachian, Al Dodd; 
McNeese, Sammy Joe Odom; U.S.L. , 
Bobby Parker; Southeastern, Roy Gen- 
try. 



Managers: Don McCardle, Ted Fowler, Gordon Reynolds. 





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THE 1963 DEMONS 















POSI- 




CLASSI- 


NUM- 




POSI- 




CLASSI- 


NUM- 


NAME 


TION WBQI 


CATION 


BER 


NAME 


TION WEIGHT 


CATION 


BER 


Row 2 










Row 1 










Al Dodd 


End 


185 


Freshman 


41 


Thomas Mitchell 


Center 


218 


Senior 


56 


Jerry Burton 


Halfback 


180 


Senior 


22 


James Aymond 


Halfback 


170 


Sophomore 


42 


Glenn Talbert 


Halfback 


185 


Senior 


23 


Mack Thomas 


Fullback 


195 


Junior 


30 


Roy Gentry 


End 


200 


Senior 


88 


Ken Guillot 


Guard 


201 


Freshman 


64 


Allen Plummer 


Guard 


205 


Sophomore 


66 


Earl Ymbmh 


Tackle 


208 


Freshman 


72 


Sammy Joe Odom 


Center 


222 


Senior 


57 


G rover Colvin 


Guard 


195 


Junior 


63 


John Wayne Odom 


Tacklr 


270 


Senior 


77 


Dick Reding 


End 


190 


Freshman 


84 


Al Moreau 


Guard 


205 


Junior 


62 


Herbic Smith 


Quarterback 


175 


Senior 


17 


Corwyn Aldredjje 


End 


215 


Junior 


81 


Gary Pittman 


Halfback 


180 


Freshman 


45 


Don Beasley 


Quarterback 


170 


Junior 


11 


Ed Horton 


Halfback 


180 


Sophomore 


47 


Emmett Eddy 


Halfback 


185 


Junior 


44 



164 












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POSI- 




CLASSI- 


NUM- 












NAME 


TION WEIGHT 


CATION 


BER 




POSI- 




CLASSI- 


NUM- 


Row 3 










NAME 


TION WEIGHT 


CATION 


BER 


Bobby Parker 


Fullback 


195 


Sophomore 


36 


Row 4 










Kenneth Hood 


End 


210 


Senior 


82 


Richard Berlitz 


End 


195 


Sophomore 


89 


Lawrence Nugent 


Guard 


205 


Freshman 


60 


Carroll Long 


Center 


190 


Freshman 


51 


Johnny Ray Norman 


End 


185 


Senior 


85 


Dennis Duncan 


Halfback 


210 


Sophomore 


25 


Donnie Carroll 


Quarterback 


185 


Sophomore 


12 


Wayne Walker 


Halfback 


215 


Sophomore 


21 


Al Anding 


Tackle 


230 


Senior 


76 


Phillip Creel 


Guard 


265 


Freshman 


79 


Freddy Newman 


Tackle 


235 


Sophomore 


71 


Ross Gwinn 


Tackle 


238 


Freshman 


83 


Fred Fulton 


Center 


200 


Junior 


55 


Bill Crowder 


End 


205 


Junior 


86 


Charles Ragus 


Tackle 


260 


Junior 


70 


Lynn Hargrave 


Fullback 


200 


Freshman 


32 


Malcom Hodnett 


Guard 


210 


Junior 


65 


Claude Patrick 


Fullback 


200 


Sophomore 


33 


Tommy Wyatt 


Halfback 


175 


Junior 


46 


Bob Roessler 


Guard 


200 


Freshman 


61 


G. W. Zachery 


Fullback 


190 


Senior 


31 


Donald Horton 


Quarterback 


175 


Freshman 


16 



165 



RESUME OF THE L963 FOOTBALL SEASON 



SFA. 10 

The Demons from Northwestern, defend- 
ing G.S.C. champs, arrived in Shreveport ni 
hopes of keeping "Chief Caddo" a property 
of the Purple and White Overconfidence 
and a speedy Lumberjack eleven proved 
too much for the Demons and they re- 
turned home the victims of a 10-0 upset at 
the hands of the Stephen F. Austin Lum- 
berj;u 



Statist* s 

First dov 
Rushing yardagr 
Passing yardagr 
Passes *c a 
Punts *n a 
Fumbles lost 
Yards penalized 



\ s ( 
8 

M 

173 
9-24 

• 

1 

■ 



v 1 \ 

IS 

ISO 

65 

7-10 

7-37 5 



150 



•c a — Passes completed attempted 
•n a — Punts number average 



NSC. 7 LA. COLLEGE 13 

Seeking revenge for last year's defeat, the 
Demons from N.S.C. traveled to Pineville 
to do battle with the Wildcats from La. 
College. The Purple and White ran into stiff 
opposition and returned to Natchitoches on 
the short end of a 13-7 score. 



Statntus 

First downs 
Yards rushing 
Yards passing 

Punts •n .i 
Fumbles lost 
Yards penalized 



SS.C. La. Col. 

8 17 

190 139 

50 3X 

6-10 6-10 

4-392 

3 1 

25 46 



*c a — Passes completed attempted 
Punts number average 



NSC. 27 NORTHEAST 19 

Playing their first home game of the sea- 
son, the Demons from NSC. defeated the 
Indians from Northeast 27-19 in a con- 
ference battle. Claude Patrick was the lead- 
ing ground gainer for the Demons as he 
ground out 80 hard yards. Bobby Parker 
and Ed Horton. Natchitoches High gradu- 
showed their credentials as Parker 
scored 2 touchdowns and Horton kicked 3 
extra points. Glenn Talbert and Claude 
Patrick accounted for the remaining NSC. 
points. 



M.lllsln V 






\ x ( 


Nrast 


First downs 






17 


15 


Rushing yardage 






185 


200 


Passing yardage 






106 


140 


Passes *c a 






6-11 


11-20 


Punts'n a 






4-39 2 


2-38 


Fumbles lost 






3 


2 


Yards pen 






25 


27 


i —Passes com 


plated 


attempted 




•n a— Punts number 


average 





18 A.C.C. 28 

Northwestern took the long trek to 
Abilene. Texas, for a game with the Abilene 
Christian Wildcats Quarterback Donald 
Beasley connected on a 51 -yard pass to 
Glenn Talbert and a 15-yarder to Roy 
Gentry for scores Glenn Talbert scored the 



final Demon touchdown on a 22-yard 

scamiHT through the tough Wildcat for- 

w.ill Tin Wildcats were too much 

for the scrappy Demons and were the vic- 

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SlallNlK * 






N | ( 


\ ( ( 


Flf St 






17 


17 


ng yardage 






126 


204 


Passing yardage 






171 


116 


Passes *c a 






11-29 


6-10 


Punts *n a 






3-38 7 




Fumbles lost 






3 


3 


Yards penalized 






70 


45 


i —Passes com 


pleted 


attempted 




1 —Punts number 


average 





N.S.C. 13 LA. TECH 27 

The name of Billy Laird will be a name 
that members of the Demon squad will long 
remember. In the annual battle fought at 
K.ur Stadium in Shreveport. the Pur- 
ple .mil White from N.S.C. found it next to 
impossible to stop the aerial attack of La. 
Tech This was a game needed by the 
Demons if they were to keep their G.S.C. 
hopes alive, but the high-spirited Bulldogs 
pulled the rug from under the Demons 
early in the game and were never in serious 
trouble. 



Statistic s MAC I 


a. Tech 


6 


23 


Rushing vardage 52 


143 


Passing vardage 90 


232 


' * ;i 5-16 


23-30 


Punts 'j 7-39 


4-36 6 


Fumbles lost 4 


1 


penalized SO 


78 


*c a — Passes completed attempted 




•n ,i — Punts number average 





N.S.C. 33 FLORENCE STATE 14 

Before a packed house, the Demons of 
N.S.C. treated the Homecoming crowd to 
■ tremendous exhibition of offensive power 
and defensive stability. Glenn Talbert 
brought the crowd to its feet as he took the 
ball on the second play from scrimmage and 
rambled 66 yards for the game's first touch- 
down. Talbert scored again on a 66-yard 
pass from Don Beasley, quarterback for 
the N.S.C. 's white unit 



StatKlu- 




N ^ C. Florence si 


First downs 
Rushing yardagr 
Passing yardage 
Phhi *c I 
Punts *n a 
Fumbles lost 
Yards penalized 




is 

330 

156 

5-10 

7-39 



40 


8 
63 

89 

4-366 




•e a — Passes com 


pleted attempted 




•n ■ — Punts number 


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N.S.C. 33 APPALACHIAN 20 

The Mountaineers from Appalachian, 
North Carolina, ran into a tough North- 
western football team and came out on the 
short end of a 33-20 HOD It was a big win 
for Northwestern and gave the hometown 
folks a gleam of hope that better <lavs were 
on then wav Glenn Talbert brought the 
: to their feet as hi streaked 62 yards 



for a touchdown Talbert also scored on 
runs of 16 and 10 yards for a total of 98 
yards on 6 carries and 18 points. 



Sl.itlsli.-s 




N S ( \ppalarhlan 


First downs 
Yards rushing 
Yards passings 
Passes "i 
Punts *n a 
Fumbles lost 
Yards penalized 




20 

310 

70 

4-16 

4-41 7 

4 

9S 


■ 

71 

100 

6-23 

7-43 

1 

72 


i— Passes com 


pleted attempted 




-Punts number 


average 





N.S.C. 13 McNEESE 21 

It was a dark day at Northwestern when 
the Cowbovs from McNeesc State rolled 
into town with their undefeated team to 
take on the Demons from N.S.C. North- 
Mi w.is up for this game and played 
the Cowboys on even terms but just 
couldn't stop the powerful McNeese attack. 



Statistics: 




N s ( 


M 


rNeese 


First downs 




8 




19 


Rushing yardage 




97 




247 


Passing yardage 




44 




191 


Passes *c a 




3-15 




7-14 


Punts *n a 




10-38 2 




2-36 5 


Fumbles 









2 


Yards penalized 




48 




40 


•c a — Passes completed 


■ttampsad 




•n a — Punts number 









N.S.C. 13 U.S.L. 19 

The hard-hitting Demons found the 
going rough against the Bulldogs from 
Southwestern as they fell to defeat 19-13. 
Sophomore fullback Bobby Parker was a 
standout for Northwestern as he gained 88 
yards' on 16 carries, kicked an extra point, 
and played a fine defensive ball game. 



Statistics: 


\ s ( 


1 s. 1 


First downs 


20 


14 


Rushing yardage 


241 


210 


Passing vardage 


71 


43 


Passes *c a 


7-15 


:.-i2 


Punts *n a 


2-190 


4-295 


Fumbles lost 


2 


1 


Yards penalized 


35 


35 


*c a — Passes completed attempted 




•n a— Punts number 


average 





N.S.C 13 SOUTHEASTERN 7 

Needing a victory over Northwestern to 
tie for the G.SC. championship, the Lions 
from Southeastern played hast to the un- 
predictable Northwestern Demons. North- 
I in. led by Bobby Parker and Glenn 
Talbert. played the roll of spoilers as the 
Demons defeated the Lions 13-7 Glenn 
Talbert and Ed Horton scored touchdowns 
for NSC. 



SKltlslM s 






\ s ( 


Scant 


downs 






14 


13 


Rushing vardage 






is;. 


118 


Passing yardage 






33 


91 


Passes *c a 






2-8 


:.-i7 


ts *n a 






5-38 




bles lost 






2 


l 


Yards penalized 






20 


II 


*c a— Passes com 


pleted 


attempted 




•n a —Punts num 




average 





166 





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NSC 79 

NSC 79 

NSC 71 

NSC 96 

NSC . . 63 

NSC 77 

NSC 100 

NSC 77 
NSC ...... 54 

NSC 88 

NfeC 74 

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SCHEDULE 

Southeast Oklahoma 89 

Southeast Oklahoma 92 

Stephen F. Austin . . 84 

Nicholls State 73 

McNeese State 53 

East Texas Baptist 72 

Stephen F. Austin ... 88 

East Texas Baptist 70 

Southwestern 83 

Louisiana Tech 80 

Centenary 113 

Louisiana Tech . . . 79 

Northeast State . . 75 

Nicholls State 103 

McNeese State . . 63 

Louisiana College 76 

Southwestern 59 

U. of Southern Miss. 92 

Louisiana Tech 75 

Northeast State 89 

Southeastern 83 

U. of Southern Miss. 112 

Centenary 81 

Southwestern 79 

Southeastern .76 

Louisiana College 96 




Coach Huey Cranford 



BASKETBALL 



Trainer: David Calloway 



Assistant Coach Jimmy Atkins and Coach Huey Cranford 





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Kenny Arthur fights for a rebound 



Two pi. mi- the hard «a\ l>\ Bill Stokes 



Tommy Malhi- zeroes in for two points 





James Hardin, Raymond Arthur 
Walter Ledet, Tommy Stewart 




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Bill Stokes 








Tommy Mathis 












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Kenny Arthur 



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Bill Stok« (frabs a rebound for the Demons 



Bilh Ra\ hits for two more points 



"Big" Ra\mond dri\es for a KM 
a<ainst Southern. 



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Billy Ray 



Tommy Mathis hits for two points against La. Tech 



Coach Cranford celebrates his 300th college victory 





Sam Watts shows how easy it is 





'Big" Bill hauls down a rctxHind 



Kenny Arthur drives in for two points 



"The Bear" pulls one down for N.S.C. 



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Little" Arthur drops in a basketball from way out 




Sam Watts hits for two points 



"I know somebody has that ball!" 



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James Hardin blocks a shot against M(N»h-s«- 




Raymond Arthur shoots while Billy Ray rcsLs 



Tiwnmy Mathis drives in for a two point lay-up 





ALL G. S. C 



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Standing: Virgil Bray, Sam Watts, James Hardin, Raymond 
Arthur, Billy Ray, Walter Ledet, David Clark. Kneeling: Jerry 



McLaurin, Bill Stokes, Emmett Hendricks, Tommy Mathis, 
Tommy Stewart, Kenny Arthur. 




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First Row: Carroll Henry, C. Knox, D. 
Phelps, P. Simmons, J. Borman. Second 
Row: B. Womack, G. McWilliams, J. Phifer, 
H. McClure, G. Johnson, M. Dennis, C. 
Knotts, N. Wright. Third Row: R. Hale, D. 
Reding, G. Ermatinger, M. Ledbetter, S. 
Shine, A. Dodd, G. Pittman, Bucky Talbert, 
A. Gradjinovsky. 



Monty Ledbetter tries out the blocks 



Coach Walter Ledet has a very fine group 
of athletes in the fold this year. Having placed 
fourth in the G.S.C. last year Coach Ledet has 
done a fine job of recruiting in an effort to 
better last year's showing. 

A big boost to the Demon squad was the 
addition of Amos Gradjinovsky who was born 
in Tel Aviv, Israel. Amos competed in the 1960 
Olympics, representing his homeland, Israel. 
Another outstanding addition was Glenn Er- 
matinger who, in his first meet as a Demon, set 
a school record, broke the meet record, and 
bettered the existing G.S.C. record when he 
heaved the javelin 241 feet. 

Returning for the Demons is the versatile 
Monty Ledbetter. Monty is a consistent winner 
in the 100-yard dash, the 200-yard dash, high 
jump, triple jump and runs on the relay teams. 
Joining Monty is another point-getter for 
Northwestern, Brent Womack. Brent partici- 
pates in four events and usually places in the 
top on all four events. 

The Demons are a well-rounded team and 
should place very high in the Gulf States Con- 
ference this year. 




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Relay loam: Montv Ledbetter. Al Dodd, Steve Shine, Hftir\ 
McClure 



sprinters: Al Dodd, Monty Ledbetter, Steve Shine, Henry Mc- 
Clure. 




Distance men: Kneeling: Dalton Phclp>. Jim Phifer. Standing: 
Paul Simmons, Ray Hale, Nick Wright. 



Brent Womack 








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Monty Ledbetter, broad jumping 



Field men: Brent Womack, Al Dodd, Gary Johnson. 








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Glenn Ermatinger, Javelin 



Captains: Kneeling: Paul Simmons, Maurice Dennis. Standing: 
Brent Womack, Ray Hale. 




Distance man: 
Charles Knox 



Quarter Miler: 
Gary McWilliams 



440 men: Kneeling: Maurice 
Dennis, Charles Knox. 
Standing: Cecil Knotts, 
Gary McWilliams, Bucky 
Talbert. 





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Returning Lettermen arc kneeling left to right: David Calau.i\ . 
John Cress, Tommy Stewart Standing: James Scriber. Ronald 
Row Charles Johnson, and Herbie Smith 



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Head Baseball Coach, "Cracker" Brown 



Don Calvert, Catcher 





Charles Johnson, ALL GULF STATES CONFERENCE 



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Freshmen Team. Kneeling left to right: Larry McBride, Kenny 
Guillot, Tommy Chester, Don Mitchell, David Antilley, Marshall 
Hearne, Mack Hobbs, and Douglas Trichel. Standing: Don 
Robinson, Johnny Broussard, Dale Spencer, Dana Brown, Wayne 
Creel, Gary Johnson, Ronnie Arnold, Sammy Clifton, and Dean 
Sclavounous. 





RONALD ROY 

Pitcher 



GARY JOHNSON 
Pitcher 



PIIILMP CREEL 

Pitcher 





Natchitoches Boys Kneeling left to right: David Antilley. Don 
Mitchell, Marshall Hearne. Standing: Johnny Broussard, Ronald 
Nov Douglai Trichel, and Tommy Chester 



Shreveport Boys. Kneeling left to right: Kenny Guillot. Thomas 
Mitchell, Tim Micotto Standing: Herbie Smith, Charles Johnson, 
Gary' Johnson, and Don Calv 



TOMMY STEWART 
Pitcher 



JOHN CRESS 
First Baseman 



HKRBIE SMITH 
Short Stop 





Honor Roll. Kneeling left to right: Douglas Trichel, Gary John- 
son, James Aymond, and Tommy Stewart. Standing: Don Calvert, 
Ronald Roy, Charles Johnson, and James Scriber. 



Sitting left to right: James Posey, Don Robinson, Larry McBride, 
Marshall Hearne, Kenny Guillot, Mack Hobbs, Russell West, Don 
Mitchell, David Antilley, Don Calvert, Herbie Smith. Second 
Row: Dana Brown, Dean Sclavounous, Sammy Clifton, James 
Scriber, Chuck Thomas, Johnny Broussard, Tommy Chester, 



Douglas Trichel, James Aymond, and Tim Micotto. Third Row: 
Coach McPherson, Coach Dioergy, Phillip Creel, Billy Ray, David 
Calaway, John Cress. Tommy Wooley, Ronald Roy, Charles 
Johnson, Thomas Mitchell, Dale Spencer, Gary Johnson, Ronnie 
Arnold, Tommy Stewart, and Coach Brown. 




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GYMNASTICS 



Having been hit hard by graduation, the Northwest- 
ern gymnastic team has initiated a program of rebuild- 
ing Under the guiding hands of Coach John Marcinko. 
the team is making gnat strides toward the prominent 
position they once held in the field of gymnastics here 
in Louisiana. 

Coach Marcmko is making great progress in his 
pursuit to build a strong gymnastic program here at 
Northwestern. He uses a program that calls for all-out 
participation of the entire squad. Included in his pro- 
gram is an all-out search for more meets that his team 
can enter. 

Missing from last year's squad are David Greer, 
Randy Curry, Bill Lindsey, Wayne Simmons, Doug 
Harkness, and George Turnage. Assisting Coach Mar- 
cinko this year is Bill Pearson, who is working on his 
Master's degree. 



Coach John Marcinko 



Kneeling: J Wallace, S. Kissard, B. Scott, M. Lippencott, W. 
Miller. C. Lambert Standing: C Buchanan, B. Pratt, J Wray, 



L. Mitchell, J. Eversull, T. Boone, B. Turner, O'Neil Collier, D. 
Willis, M. Cline. I. W. Woodard, G George, L. Stark, B Pearson 





Tommy Boone 
Captains O'Neil Collier and Ben Pratt 






I. W. Woodard, James Wray, Tommy Boone, Don Willis, O'Neil 
Collier. 



Larry Stark 




Wade Miller 



O'Neil Collier, Bill Pearson, Wade 
Miller, Ben Pratt. 






GOLF 



Coach Knecht and his Demon linksten are Uiku^ 
forward t<> ono <>f the best eaesoni experienced by 
Northwestern golfers Last e a a s on the folf team placed 

third m the G.S.C. and finished the season with 6 wins. 
15 losses, and 2 ties 

Members of this year's squad are Don Scott, Dennis 
Schlegal, Joe Data. Jimmy Bowen, and John Scott 
Don Scott, who is from Alexandria, La .. is shooting in 
the number-one position this year for the Demons. 
Shooting in the number-two spot is Dennis Schlegal, 
who hails from Bossier City, La. A newcomer who is 
making quite a name for himself is Joe Data, who lives 
in Deepwater, New Jer-ey. Jimmy Bowen, a seasoned 
performer, and John Scott round out the Demon squad. 

Robert Flagler, who led last year's squad with a 
blazing 74.3 medal average, did not return to school 
this year and left a big gap for Coach Knecht to fill. 
Also missing from last year's squad are Gilbert Brous- 
sard and Jimmy Smith. 



Coach Gone Knecht 



Joe Data. Jimmy Bowen, John Scott, Don Scott, Dennis Schlegal 
and Coach Gene Knecht. 




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Dennis Schlegal 



Joe Data 




Don Scott 



Ted Scott 




Dennis Schlegal and Joe Data 





Jimmy Bowen 



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INTRAMURALS 



Tom Cathry and Carl Buchanan are this year's intramural 

<►flici.il-. 



Wayne Ricks was the 1963-64 cross country champion. 




Ping Pong Winners are, left to right: 1st place. Thomas Yang; 
2nd place, Don Bennett; 3rd place, Babe Huff. 





Intramural football winners were the Half-Breeds. 
Kneeling, left to right: Kearney Stokes, Buddy Cosse, 
Ronnie Mouton, Wayne Purvis, Charlie Favrot, 
Donald Toups, Carlton Herpin. Standing: Charlie 
Gowland, Tom Barker, Jack Norman. Wessley Davis, 
Robert Vincent, Ronnie Thompson, Gilbert Cosse. 



Joe Geter of the T.T.T.T. throws a pass as Ralph Tyler tries to 
block for him. 





Second-place football winners were the T.T.T.T. Kneeling, left 
to right: Warren T. Price, Lewis Stahl, Bob Brown, James Sim- 
mons, Ralph Tyler, Monty Rodes, "Pee Wee" Wells. Standing: 
Gene Laforge Dickinson, Billy Grisham, Buddy Rollins. 



Ronnie Mouton holds Monty Rodes from blocking winning field 
goal. 



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Ball Champion* were the Mighty Six Left to Right: I 
Morrow. Gerald Cooley, Ronnie Montgomery, Dudley Bolton, 
Fred Fulton, John Crt 




Tommy Armstrong rolls a strike for Sigma 
Tau (iamnu. 



Paddle B.ill Winners Left to Right: lit place. Ronald Roy; 2nd, 
Thomas Taylor; 3rd, Monty Rodes; 4th, Gerald Coolev. 





Sigma Tau Gamma was the second place bowling team. Left to 
Right: Stuart Graham, Mike McDaniel. Sonny Samuel Tommy 
Armstrong is not pictured. 




Winning Qymnattk T«aa were the Bricksh.ickcrs Mike Lowe, 
Ki n James, J D Johnson. 





Charles Knox takes a second place as Don Bitting comes in third 
in the Cross Country. 



John Weffenstette of Sigma Tau Gamma blocks a field goal as 
Mike Westmoreland looks on in true form. 




Pi Kappa Phi was the winner of the Fraternity league. Left to 
Right, First Row: Ray Smith, Glen Distephano, A. W. Cooper, 
Paul Rockette. Standing: Walter Wall, Don Bennett, Jerry 
Spears, Don Cummings, Wallace McElfresh. 




Intramural basketball dancers 

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Tom Cathey starts the cross country. Left to Right: Wayne Ricks, 
Bennie Cox, Charles Knox, Don Bitting. 





MILITARY 





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i St.tfT. Ia-H to Right: Cadet Captain Ronald Canerday. 
Cadet Lt. Colonel Leonard Miller, Cadet Colonel Sidney Mat- 
thews, Corps Commander; Cadet Major Arthur Sutherland, 
Honorary Cadet Colonel Jeannie Marler, Corps Sponsor; Cadet 
Second Lieutenant Arthur Simon 



R. O. T. C. AT NORTHWESTERN 



Lt. Colonel L L\ James, Infantry, Professor of Military Science 
and Tactics. 




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During this, its thirteenth year on campus, the 
Reserve Officer's Training Corps has again taken 
an active part in campus affairs. These activities 
include: taking part in the intramural sports pro- 
gram, producing a float for the Homecoming 
Parade, and many others. The Corps, through its 
rifle team, and the Black Knights drill team, has 
helped to spread the good name and reputation of 
N.S.C. far and wide. 

Besides being an active part of campus life at 
N.S.C. the R.O.T.C. also plays an important part 
in the defense of our country This is done hv the 
graduating of some of the sixteen thousand men 
who annually hecome Second Lieutenants 
through the R.O.T.C. plan. 




Corps Commander and Sponsor, left to right: Cadet 
Colonel Sidney Matthews, Honorary Cadet Colonel 
Jeannie Marler. 




Company Commanders, left to right: Cadet Captain Donald Smith, Head- 
quarters Company; Cadet Captain Perry Brasell, Company A; Cadet 
Captain Robert Gimbert, Company B; Cadet Captain Cecil Chopin, Com- 
pany C. 



Although the Corps this year is relatively small, the 
staff and company commanders are of the opinion that 
this year's class will still have the same high quality of 
all the previous graduating classes of Northwestern. 



An interesting point in this year's Corps is that while 
the Corps Commander is from out of state, the 
four company commanders are all from hometown 
Natchitoches. 




First Row, left to right: Keys, Cadet Captain Smith, Honorary 
Captain Griffin, Cadet Lt. Kennedy, Robdcheaux, Cadet Lt. 
Rutledge, Carroll, Graham, Putnam. Second Row: Fisher, Durr, 
Gamble, Garcie, Green, Cavanaugh, Phifer, Felter, Wardell. 
Third Row: Taylor, Hodges, Arthur, Spears, Schlegel, Logan, 
Tripp, Clausen, Boone. Fourth Row: Ardoin, Adams, Chester, 
Phillips, Nesom, Day, Richardson, Gimbert, Branagin. Fifth Row: 
Jeansonne, McCartney, Broussard, Cooley, LaBorde, Deloach, 
Ransbottom, Keran, Hudson. 




Miss Sherry Griffin 
Sponsor. 



COMPANY 
HQ 



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COMPANY 
A 



Miss Jimmic Dale Baughman 
Sponsor 




Miss Sally Lee 
Spon-or 



COMPANY 
B 



KirM law, Lrfl to Right: Swilky, Cadet Captain Braaell, Honor - 
• tin Baughman. Cui.-t Lt H..ih-\ . Gaspard. Bru-kll. 
Cadet Lt McNeely. Gray, Huey. Port Second Row: Cash. Red- 
ditt. Johnson. Waltmr, Corky, Blankcnship. Hoffman, Korn. 
Ambler. Stratton Third Row : McRac. Head, Hollmgsworth. 
Droddy, Dollar. Bell, Bomar, Bradley, Draper. Fourth Row: 
Rog< ix, St. John, Kendnck. Monsur, 

i, DuBois Fifth How Babin. Stahlhuth. Lowery, Chauvin 
M Rahalais. J Rabalais, Woodyard, Loach. Glass Not Pictured: 
W.bb. 




First Row, Left to Right: Mitchell. Cadet Captain Gimbert, Cadet 
Lt Albritton. Bryan. Leggett, Cadet Lt. Lowe. Prudhomme, 
Weffenstette, St.irk, Canneld. Second Row: Jones, Stewart. 
Copellar. Fowler. Green, Sanders. Ray. White Third Row: Mc- 
Donald, Brady. Clayton. Rowzit . Richardson. Powel, Tausch, 
Tauxin Fourth Row: McMillan. Shelton. McBride. PoII.k •>.■. 
Shafer. Sabino. Gerson. Mobley, Turbrc Fifth Row: Teller 
Sparks. Klli.v Antilley. Sills. Gmglrs. Culotta. Knotts Not Pic- 
tured: Honorary Captain Sally L« • 



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First Row, left to right: Fruge, Cadet Captain Chopin, Honorary 
Captain Roberts, Cadet Lt. Senn, Masson, Marks, Cadet Lt. 
Townsend, Shelton, Addison, Manning. Second Row: Davis, 
Bounds, Angle, Wester, Atkins, Burke, Carlock, Sherwood. 
Third Row: Fisher, Carney, Young, Neely, Coleman, Strohe, 
Lafayette, Ryan. Fourth Row: Ayers, Lemon, Reinhard, Wright, 
Johnson, Hryhorchuk. Turner, Cox. Fifth Row: Fox, Marx, Beyer, 
Hathorn, Hardaway, Kendrick, Ward. Not Pictured: Joyner, 
Taylor, Turk. 



COMPANY 
C 




Miss Carrie Roberts 
Sponsor 




S.F.C. Edgar Odom, 
Rifle Team Coach. 



First Row, left to right: Wardell, Bounds, Shelton (Team Co- 
Captain), Babin, Jeansonne (Team Captain). Second Row: 
Logan, Hathorne, Chester, Bradley. Third Row: Wright, Tubre, 
Richardson, McDonald. Fourth Row: Dollar, Johnson, Woodyard, 
Kendrick. Fifth Row: Young, Green, LaBorde, Phillips. Sixth 
Row: Turner, McBride, Sills. 



RIFLE 

TEAM 



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Front: Cadet Lt. Colonel Leonard Miller, Commander First 
l!n«. left to rieht: Addison, Simonson. Mitchell, Coleman, Red- 
ditt. Putnam, Rogers, Canfield. Second Row: Sutherland. Car- 
roll, Port. Jones. Taylor. Hudson Third Row: Gaspard, Hodges. 



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Colonel Leonard Miller 
Commander 




Miss Marjone Regions 
Black Knight Sweetheart 




Droddy, Cash, McRae, Fru^'i Fourth Row: Bra.sell. Glass. Huey. 
Johnson, Ellis. Wester, Avers, Sabino, Branagin. Head, Carlock, 

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BLACK KNIGHTS 



The Black Knights. Northwestern's widely known 
drill team, has enjoyed another successful year of com- 
petition. This year, under the ahle leadership of the 
commander, Ix*onard Miller, the squad leaders. Arthur 
Sutherland, Perry Brasell, Arthur Simonson, and M. J. 
Gaspard, and their advisor. Major Raymond A. Hop- 
kins, the Knights thrilled crowds of people with their 
displays of precision marching movements and expert 
rifle manuals. 

Living up to their reputation of being one of the 
sharpest marching groups in the South, the Knights 
won the first place overall trophy at the Fifth 
Southern Invitational Drill Meet in Baton Rouge 
against such schools as Loyola. Tulane. L.S.I'., and 
Texas A.&M. Also included in this \ ear's acti\ities 
were the Marde (iras Parade in New Orleans, and 
other parades in Shrevoport. Natchitoches, and the sur- 
rounding area. 

This year Miss Marjorie Regions was elected Black 
Knights Sweetheart She ineeeedl Miss Cheryl Sue 

Kyle. 



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Executing Column Throw 



Perfect cover on Cross Mov« 




Cross move during the Christmas Parade. 








Forming an Honor Guard for the Homecoming Queen and 



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PAN-HELLENIC 
COUNCIL 



MKLINDA W ATKINS 
President 




CARMEN CODINA 
Recording Secretary 





Mn i.ui 1 1 U Hendrick, Faculty AcUisor 



The Northwestern State College Panhellenic Coun- 
cil strives to promote scholarship, high character, a 
better understanding of the Greek world, and harmony 
among the Greek organizations. 

A member of the National Panhellenic Conference, 
the Northwestern Panhellenic Council serves as the 
governing body of the four N.P.C sororities on campus. 

Locally, the N.S.C. Panhellenic Council sponsors 
many campus projects, including a convocation for 
Freshman girls and an all-Greek Christmas Carol Sinn 
The council also encourages scholarship among all 
women by presenting a Freshman Scholarship Award 
each year. Mrs. Lucille Hendrick, Acting Dean of 
Women, is advisor 



BONNIE FRAZIER 
Corresponding Secretary 



I .eft to Highl: Mrs Genie Qumn; Winona Gallagher \1 \. Jean- 
nie Reese. IK. C'eli.i Willis. -11; Mary Ann Jones. AZ. 




CHRIS NEWSOME 
Treasurer 




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SANDY McNEELY 
President 



ERIC STEINHAUSER 
Vice-President 






CLARK ALDRIDGE 
Treasurer 



BILL THOMAS 
Secretary 




Mr. Leonard O. Nichols, Faculty Advisor 




Junior Representatives to IFC are as follows: Dick Clark, KA; 
Paul Rochette, IIK*; Joe Lewis, 2TT; Scott Woodard, TKE. 



INTERFRATERNITY 
COUNCIL 



The Northwestern State College Interfraternity 
Council was organized to fulfill four objectives: to 
promote harmony and a cooperative relationship 
among the four social fraternities on the N.S.C. cam- 
pus; to foster and maintain a high respect for fraternity 
and interfraternity relationships within our college; 
to maintain high scholastic, moral, social, and personal 
standards, and to compile and enforce rules for the 
improving of the fraternity system on campus. 

The goals of the 1963 Interfraternity Council were 
membership in the Southeastern Interfraternity Con- 
ference; the establishment of an Interfraternity Intra- 
mural League with a rotating trophy to go to the frater- 
nity with the highest total points at the end of the 
year; the improvement of closed rush in the fall se- 
mester; and, in coordination with the Panhellenic 
Council, establishment of the annual Greek Day during 
the spring semester. 

Mr. Leonard Nichols, Dean of Men. is sponsor. 



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LAMAR BATES 
Man of the Year 



BETTY BLOCH 
DOLLY BRYAN 
CAROL DUCOTE 

II 

JULIE FRAZIER 
KATHY CADDIS 
WINONA GALLAGER 

III 

SHERRY GORMLEY 
ELIZABETH GRIGSBY 
MARY JEAN GROLL 

IV 

ALICIA HERMES 
EILEEN HOFFSTADT 
SHERRY KOLB 



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GWEN MARI.KR 
KATE THIBODEAUX 
MELBA VERCHER 



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ALPHA 

SIGMA 

ALPHA 

OFFICERS 

I 

MAUREEN MORROW 
President 

BONNIE FRAZIER 
Vice-President 

SANDRA GOLDSTEIN 
Treasurer 

II 

BECKY ALPHIN 
Recording Secretary 

PATRICIA McELWEE 
Corresponding Secretary 

ANN BLOCH 
Membership Director 



Sixty-two years ago on November 15, at Longwood College 
in Farmville, Virginia, five young women established the first 
chapter of Alpha Sigma Alpha. Pledging themselves to spir- 
itual, physical, intellectual, and social development throughout 
their fives, they never dreamed that their sisterhood would 
spread to colleges and universities throughout the nation. To- 
day, the letters ASA grace the doors of over forty chapters in 
the United States. 

On the Northwestern Campus in 1930, Psi Psi chapter was 
established. Sorority life is the growing and sharing, the plan- 
ning and excitement of rush, parties, meetings, problems, and 
friendships. The awards, conventions, and sending the proceeds 
of the annual magazine sale of Alpha Sigs to the crippled chil- 
dren's foundation in the national philanthropic project exem- 
plifies their founders' pledge. 




"I'm so glad you could come!" 



Rushees are invited to Alpha Sig's "Big Top." 




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Sam Lucero. Y/. Man of the Year. 



1 

MARIETTA BAKER 

SUE BEASLEY 

SUZANNE BLACKBURN 

TANYAU BRACEY 

BENJY BROCK 

II 

JANET BROWN 

XINA BURLILE 

ELAINE BUTLER 

NANCY CALAWAY 

RUBY CARLILE 

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HELOISE CHRISTY 
RENNIE CLARK 
SANDY CORKERN 
ANN CREEGAN 
MARSHA DAWSON 
IV 

BETTY SUE DeWITT 
PATTY GRAHAM 
LYNN GRIFFIN 
BENNIE HOLLIDAY 
SHIRLEY HOOPER 

V 

MARY ANN JONES 
KATHY JONES 
BILLIE ANN KNIGHT 
SANDY LITTON 
KAY MARTIN 
VI 

SUZANNE MAYNARD 
SHARON MISKIMINS 
SHELIA MONSOUR 
CHRIS NEWSOME 
CHARLOTTE NOHSE 

VII 

ALICE PERSON 
ALANNAH PETTY 
CECILE PHELPS 
JUDY RICHARDSON 
JUNE RUCKER 
VIII 

DORIS SCALES 
MARILYN SCROGGS 
CAROLYN SHAUB 
CECLIA SHEA 
MARSHA STEVENS 

IX 

LINDA SUMRALL 
CAROLYN THOMAS 
NEVA WILLIS 
JUDY WINN 



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DELTA 

ZETA 

OFFICERS 
I 

CHARLOTTE McCALLA 
President 

JEAN WALKER 
V. P. Pledge Trainer 

SANDRA BOATRIGHT 
V. P. Rush Chairman 

II 

BARBARA DEAN 
Treasurer 

PATSY GASPARD 
Recording Secretary 

FRANCES NELLE ERWIN 
Corresponding Secretary 



TO THE WORLD — I promise temperance and insight and 
courage, To crusade for justice, To seek the truth and defend 
it always; TO THOSE WHOM MY LIFE MAY TOUCH IN 
SLIGHT MEASURE— May I give graciously of what is mine; 
TO MY FRIENDS— Understanding and appreciation; TO 
THOSE CLOSER ONES— Love that is ever steadfast; TO MY 
MIND— Growth; TO MYSELF— Faith that I may walk truly 
in the light of the Flame. 




Y'all come to the 1Z Hootenanny! 



The AZ Christmas booth attracts many customers. 




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J. imcs Boyd, ZR Man of the Year. 



PEGGY CASEY 
BARBARA ANN CIESIJV 
LINDA DAUGHTRY 
CLAUDIA FLOYD 

II 

JANICE FREEMAN 
DIANNE GOZA 
LINDA HANSON 
JOWANNA LOOPER 

III 

FRANCIS LOWE 
MARGARET M.CARTY 
CAROLE McNEELY 
LYNNDAGAYE OLIVE 

IV 

BARBARA PEARSON 
BETTY PONDER 
JEANIE REES 
SANDY SANDEFER 



JIMMY CAROL STILL 
GAIL TODD 
BARBARA WALLACE 
SUE WALLACE 

VI 

RAE BELLK WAKNF.K 
LINDA WORRELL 



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SIGMA 
KAPPA 

OFFICERS 
I 

JANET SAUVE 
President 

CHARLENE BRISTER 
1st Vice-President 

CARMEN CODINA 
2nd Vice-President 

II 

LINDA KRAMEL 
Treasurer 

VIRGINIA ANN LEWIS 
Pecordinq Secretary 

KAREN HAGEDORN 
Corresponding Secretary 



Sigma Kappa Sorority was founded on November 9, 1874, at 
Colby College in Waterville, Maine. The national organization 
is 101 chapters strong on the undergraduate level, with 200 
alumni chapters. Total national membership of Sigma Kappa 
exceeds 36,500. 

Delta Mu chapter has had an eventful year, beginning with 
the rush parties, and climaxed by the annual Spring Formal. 
This year, Delta Mu's entry in the homecoming float competi- 
tion captured third place. Miss Jimmie Carol Still is the chap- 
ter's sponsor. 

Sigma Kappa's philanthropy program included the support- 
ing of the Greek School for Girls in Greece, and the Maine Sea 
Coast Mission. In Natchitoches, the sorority gives a birthday 
party each month for senior citizens at the Natchitoches Nurs- 
ing Home. 

Sigma Kappa can be identified by her jewel, the pearl; her 
flower, the violet; and her colors of maroon, which is symbolic 
of Truth, and lavender, symbolic of Purity. 




The Sigma Kappas in action. 



"Let us entertain you!' 




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Bill Richie, Sigma Sigma Sigma Man of the 
Year. 



I 

MAUREEN ANDREWS 
ELIZABETH ARTHUR 
DIANNA BASS 
GEORGIA BLAIR 
DIANNA BRADEN 

II 

NORMA COLLIER 
DIANNE COLVIN 
BETTY JO COOK 
PAT COOPER 
LINDA DOUGLAS 

HI 

BARBARA JEAN DOWDEN 
JUDY DRANGUET 
CINDY FITZGERALD 
LYNELLE FORD 
MARY ELLEN FRANCIS 

IV 

BEVELY GLASS 
JUDY GOWLAND 
MARY LEE GRANTHAM 
LINDA HANSFORD 
BECKY HARMS 

V 

PATSY HARTZO 
MARY NELL HOOPER 
KAY JENKINS 
JUDY JOINER 
SANDRA JOYCE 

VI 

PAT KILE 

SUZANNE LEDOUX 
PATSY LOWDERBACK 
JEWELL IffcCOY 

JACKIE McLAMORE 

VII 

JANK RICE 
SHARRON SHANNON 
SALLY STAFFORD 
MARY STEWART 
CAROL STONE 
SUSAN THOMPSON 

VIII 

MARY WARNER 
KATY WATKINS 
MELINDA WATKINS 
PAT WINDHAM 
CELIA WILLIS 
EVE MOUTON 



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Since its beginning in Farmville, Virginia, on April 20, 1898, 
Tri Sigmas have been dedicated to academic progress, forma- 
tion of enduring friendships, high ideals of personal conduct, 
and service to others. The sorority is a member of the National 
Panhellenic Conference and embraces forty-nine states and 
the District of Columbia with a membership of nearly 30,000. 
All of the sisters in Sigma Sigma Sigma are a warm, friendly, 
lovable group of girls who believe, "To receive much, one must 
give much." 

Living up to their beliefs, Tri Sigma sisters contributed to 
their national service project, the Robbie Page Memorial Fund. 
Summer workshop, rush, slumber parties, and the traditional 
spring formal have also given the sisters unforgettable 
moments. 

Strands of pearls from our heritage lead, hold, and bind us; 

God's hand guides our going, to spirit gives wing; 

Of love's sure power a handclasp reminds us. 

In gladness and harmony Sigma hearts sing. 



SIGMA 
SIGMA 
SIGMA 

OFFICERS 



SUSIE GUIDRY 
President 

KATHERINE BERRY 
Vice-President 

ROSE ROY 
Treasurer 



II 

LUCY JOINER 
Recording Secretary 

BUNNY MASINGILL 
Correkponding Secretary 

CA.ROL GIVENS 
Keeper of the Grades 




Tri-Sigma flappers say "Welcome, Rushees! 




Sigmas send Holiday Greetings. 




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KAPPA 
ALPHA 

omens 



JACK JETER 

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RICHARD CLARK 

Vice-President 



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JOSEPH TRAIGLE 

Secretary 



MIKE WEEGO 
Treasurer 



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K \ N... 1 kicks (»fT Old South' 



From the Glory ot the South shine the eighty-two cnapters 
of the Kappa Alpha Order, representing over 42.000 members, 
steeped in the traditions of the Southern gentleman and *he 
Southern way of life. 

Kappa Alpha was grounded on the NSC campus in 1959, as 
Kuklos Adelphi local. In March of 1963, Gamma Psi Chapter 
was chartered at Northwestern. Kappa Alpha Order was 
founded at Washington College, now Washington and Lee Uni- 
versity, on December 21, 1865. 

In the fall of 1963, Kappa Alpha completed its new Chapter 
House on a hill overlooking the campus. Kappa Alpha was the 
leader in establishing the new Fraternity and Sorority Row at 
NSC. 

Miss Rennie Clark, a sophomore from Shreveport, reigned as 
Kappa Alpha Rose for 1963. Our new Rose was announced 
at our annual "Old South" Ball held in early May. 

Mr. Joe Lewis of Natchitoches is our Alumni Advisor and 
Mr. William Culp. a professor in the Social Studies Depart- 
ment, is our faculty advisor 




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Rennie Clark, Kappa Alpha Rose 



MORRIS ALDREDGE 

CLARK ALDRIDGE 

CHARLES E. ANDERSON 

TOM BARLOW 

JIMMY BARR 

RICK BERRY 

II 

DON BITTING 

EDD BOMAR 

RICKY BOONE 

JIMMIE BROSSETTE 

CHARLES BRUNFIELD 

MIKEL T. CLINE 

III 

LARRY DEAN 

JOHNNY EDGAR 

DWAYNE FARRAR 

TERRY FINLEY 

MIKE FOUCHER 

BRUCE FRASER 

IV 

FRED FRASER 

KENNY GUILLOT 

RONNIE GUILLOT 

LYNN HARGRAVE 

ERIC L. HEFLEY 

BOB HIGHTOWER 

V 

CHARLES KNOX 

BILL MAKER 

EDSEL McKEE 

JOE McMAHAN 

TIM MICIOTTO 

TOMMY MIMS 

VI 

GEORGE W. MULLINS 

BILL NANCE 

BURT PEYTON 

GARY PITTMAN 

DAVID POE 

ANDREW PONTZ 

VII 

GORDON REYNOLDS 

VINCENT RICE 

CHARLES ROBERTSON 

DAVE SEALS 

DENMAN SHAFFER 

J. RAHN SHERMAN 

VIII 

TOMMY TALLEY 

MIKE TARVER 

GLENN TAYLOR 

STANLEY THOMPKINS 

JIMMY TINDALL 

JIMMY TROTTER 

IX 

GLENN VIOLA 

GAYLAN WAMBLE 

THOM WILLIAMS 




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OFFICERS 

I 

JERRY SPEARS 
lidcnl 

HERBERT GRAHAM 
Treasurer 

II 

BEN ASH 
Secretary 

BOB BROWNING 
Warden 








Paul Roohctte gives a few whacks to a pledge. 



Pi Kappa Phi, a national fraternity, emphasizes scholarship, 
participation and initiative in school and fraternity activities, 
and also ties among its brothers. 

The highlights of Pi Kappa Phi's social gatherings is the 
"Rose Ball." Special features of this are the naming of the 
"Rose," and the selection of the "Outstanding Pledge" for the 
previous semester. In the spring. Pi Kapps gather for their 
annual Spring Barbeque at Gum Springs for a fine feed and the 
pledges' yearly dunking of the members. No Pi Kapp's year 
would be complete without the Pledge-Member football game 
and the presentation of the traditional "Victory Keg." 

In addition to its social calendar, II Kt emphasizes service to 
the community and participation in school activities Its mem- 
bers actively participate in student government and each year 
conduct the Heart Fund Balloon Sale 

IIK'I> fraternity was founded on December 10, 1904, at the 
College of Charleston, South Carolina. The official colors of 
the chapter are gold and white. 



Pi Kaps prepare for Heart Fund Balloon Sale 




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Judy Winn, Pi Kappa Phi Sweetheart 



DONALD BENNETT 

LARRY BUCKNUM 

GEORGE CAMERON 

ERNIE CLINE 

TOMMY COLLIER 

II 

ROGER COOK 

A. W. COOPER 

DON ANTHONY CUMMINGS 

CHARLES DOTY 

SHELTON EUBANKS 

III 

STEWART FAMOUS 

CHARLES FULCO 

STEVE GARCIE 

JERRY GEWIN 

DEWITT LOBRANO 

IV 

BENNY LONG 

GARY McWILLIAMS 

JOHN RAY MATHEWS 

RONNIE MERCER 

LEIGHTON MILLER 



MICHAEL MONCRIEF 

DWIGHT PITTMAN 

PAUL ROCHETTE 

BILL RUTHLEDGE 

FRANKLIN R. SMITH 

VI 

T. J. SPEIR 

JAMES SPRAYBERRY 

BILL THOMAS 

BILL THOMPSON 

WELDON WALKER 



VII 

WALTER WALL 

BUD WEIR 

JOHN WELLS 

RAY ZERINGUE 




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SIGMA 

I . \ I ' 

GAMMA 

OFFICEBS 

I 

TOMMY ARMSTRONG 

I 'resident 

BOBBY LEE 
Vwe-Preaident 

II 

ERIC STE1NHAUSER 
Secretary 

EVAN STEINHAUSER 
Treasurer 




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The oldest national fraternity on campus, Sigma Tau Gamma 
begins its thirty-fourth year of social and academic leadership 
on Northwestern campus. 

Sigma Taus stress academic and social development, and the 
evidence of accomplishment can be seen in almost every phase 
of activity on campus. 

The highlight of this year's social function is the annual 
"White Rose'' Ball when the "Rose" of the fraternity is pre- 
sented. Other major events included, Stephen F. Austin dance, 
Tech Dance, Christmas Dance, hayride and barbeque, sup- 
pressed desire party. Homecoming dance and the founders' 
day banquet. 

Several annual civic projects undertaken by the Sigma Taus 
include working on the historic Lamee House and collecting 
money for the American Cancer Society. 

The continued growth of Nu chapter is due to the true 
brotherhood and the quality of members that make up the 
largest fraternity on Northwestern 's campus. 



"Come join the party! 



"But dah-ling. I've <>nl> had let* marloonics!' 




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Cecilia Shea, Rose of Sigma Tau Gamma 



TOMMY ALLEN 

MONTY BODENHAMER 

CURTIS BODIN 

LIONEL BOURG 

GREIG BRADLEY 

PERRY BURKE 

II 

TOMMY COOK 

JOHN COOPER 

JIMMY COUSINS 

SAM DAUZAT 

RODNEY ELKINS 

FRED ELZEN 

III 

CHARLES FESTERVAND 

BILL FINICAL 

VERNON FRYE 

KENNY GAULT 

ROBERT GIMBERT 

LYNN GRAFF 

rv 

STUART GRAHAM 

ADRIAN GRIMMETT 

RICHARD HEBERT 

JIM HOLLINGSWORTH 

JOSEPH W. JOHNSON 

RICHARD LANGLINAIS 

V 

JOE LEWIS 

SAM LUCERO 

MIKE McDANIEL 

CHARLES MARANTO 

JAMES MAXWELL 

ANDY MULINA 

VI 

BILLY PERRY 

EVERETT PHILLIPS 

JIM RANDOLPH 

KEN REINHART 

LEON RIGGS 

TOMMY RICH 

VII 

CHARLES SAMUEL 

BILL SCHWARTZ 

BARON SHIELDS 

JACK STEPHENS 

ARTHUR SUTHERLAND 

GRIFFIN TAYLOR 

vin 

DALE TINSLEY 

JOHN WEFFENSTETTE 

MILE WESTMORELAND 

BERT WIGGINS 

TOMMY WYNN 








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ERNEST SCOTT WOODARD 
Treasurer 



BUCKY BUCHANAN 
Secretary 

CHARLES McNEELY 
Hegenian 









TAU KAPPA EPSILON: "Fraternity for Life." 

Purposes, ideas, leaders, flowers, a glorious history is our 
once local fraternity, Lamba Zeta, are what have made and will 
always make Tau Kappa Epsilon outstanding on this campus. 

Recently initiated Dr. Floyd Noel, who is head of the geology 
department here at Northwestern, is an outstanding member 
and our very capable sponsor. 

IKK is well known on campus for its various social events; 
for example the Fall Formal, the Bar-Fly, and various semi- 
formal weekend parties following athletic events 

At various athletic events, especially football names, the 
traditional TKK Bell has become a symbol of Northwestern in 
creating spirit. 

Tau Kappa Epsilon is one of the youngest international fra- 
ternities. It is now the largest international fraternity chapter- 
wise; there are 208 chapters with over 37,000 members. 



Alums and arti\es look over MCH scrapbook. 





Sandy Moore, Tau Kappa Epsilon Sweetheart 



HAROLD W. BROWN 

CALVIN CAMPBELL 

GLENN ERMATINGER 

II 

RALPH FINDLEY 

THOMAS GINGLES 

ANDREW C. JOHNSON 

III 

GARY JONES 

JERRY KEMP 

MICHAEL PEARCE 

IV 

PAUL H. PHILLIPS 

ROBERT CHARLES SIMS 

MACK STRAYHAN 



DAVID WEBSTER 

JOSEPH WILLIAMS 

JOHN TODD WILLIS 




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President 



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-President 



Randv Webb 
Vice-President of Men 




STUDENT COUNCIL 



The primary duties of the Student Council have been to 
provide for the general welfare of the Student Body, to legis- 
late on matters necessary for the supervision and coordination 
of student activities, and to serve as a link between the ad- 
ministration and Student Body. 

The Student Council has undertaken a number of projects 
to benefit the students this year. These projects include print- 
ing and making available to every student a student directory, 
the construction of a waterfront and beach on Chaplain's Lake, 
the construction of a new entrance to the college, and the 
sponsoring of various entertainment programs and dances 
throughout the year. These projects were successful because of 
the hard work of the council members and the support of the 
student body. 

On behalf of the Student Council I would like to thank all 
of the people who have contributed their time and talents to 
make this year very enjoyable and successful. By the com- 
bined efforts of students and faculty, Northwestern has grown 
in spirit and in character. 

Sincerely, 

Hayward "Sonny" Hargrove 



Mr Dudley 

Council. 



G Fulton, faculty sponsor for the Student 




Sandra J<>\<i 

Vire-Prmdent of Women 



C ar o l yn Thomas 
Secretary 



Butch Chase 
Treasurer 



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Seated, Left to Right: Katherine Berry, J. O. Charrier, Steve 
Blount, Ronald Tarver. Standing: Carol Givens, Mary Virginia 



Warner, Carmen Codina, Roy Corley, Joe Butler, Bill Nance, 
Barbara Wallace. 



'Student Council makes a serious decision." 



First Row, Left to Right: Shirley Pace, Linda Douglas, Vida- 
Broussard. Second Row: Pam Pepperman, Dianne Colvin, Joy 
Sue Crump. Third Row: Rodney Elkins, Mike Miller, Guy 
Nesom. 




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The 1964 Associated Women Students 



The Associated Women Students is composed of all 
women students on campus and is a member of the 
Intercollegiate Association of Women Students. Elected 
representatives from each residence hall serve on the 
A.W.S. Council through which the women have a 
voice in their government Through its activities the 
A W S .urns to create an attitude of intellectual, social, 
and spiritual growth among women students. To de- 
velop a sense of self-responsibility, to instill a spirit 
of cooperation and friendship, and to uphold high 
social and academic standards among the women of 
the college Ls a true aim of A.W.S. 

Varied activities to help carry out these aims are the 
A.W.S. Freshman Parties held in each dormitory and 
the Sophomore Counselor Program. The all-college 
Howdy Dance, Wednesday Night Short Dances, and 
the Valentine Dance, as well as tfae Christmas at Home 
Reception, are outstanding projects of the A.W.S. The 
is highlighted by the election of new A.W.S. Ex- 
■.(■ Officer! who are presented at annual A.W.S. 
Honors Banquet in the spring 



ASSOCIATED WOMEN 
STUDENTS 

Seated. I^eft to Right: Barbara Martin. Irby McCan. Linda Nadr- 
chal. Standing: Bettye Lilly. Becky Alphin. Kate Thibodeaux. 
Patsy Slay. Anne Rutherford. 





LUC ILK MKNDRICKS 
Sporusor 



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Seated, Left to Right: Gary Johnson, Pat Thompson, Paul Sepul- 
valdo. Randy Webb. 



ASSOCIATED MEN 
STUDENTS 




MR. HAL TOWSEND 
Faculty Sponsor 



The Associated Men Students, in its seventh year 
as an organization at N.S.C., has been noted as an 
effective part of the college. Its membership is com- 
posed of men students who live in residence halls on 
the campus. Each of these members must maintain a 
"C" average. The main objectives of the Associated 
Men Students are as follows: First, to promote, in co- 
operation with the college administration, the general 
welfare of men students at N.S.C. and, in particular, 
the welfare of men living in residence halls on the 
college campus. Second, to serve as a means of ex- 
pression of opinion for men students. Third, to instill 
in men students a sense of good citizenship, true sports- 
manship, and mature responsibility. Fourth, to uphold 
high standards of conduct and scholarship among stu- 
dents. 




Seated, Left to Right: Bill Gerson, Gary Johnson, Randy Webb, 
Calbert Marcantel, J. Rohn Sherman. Standing, Second Row: 
J. Everett Phillips, Max H. Short, Don Bounds, Glenn Taylor 



Mike Miller, Farleigh Gray, Wilbur Lipsey, Henry Henderson, 
Clarence H. Bruce. Third Row: Jesse Morrison. Melvin Shaw, 
Shelley Bennett, Fred McDowell. 




PAT COOPER 

Editor 



JOHN WEFFENSTETTE 
Associate Editor 



STEVE BLOUNT 
Business Manager 



THE 1964 POTPOURRI STAFF 



MR EARL COULON 
Facultv Advisor 




The 1964 Potpourri is presented t<> you, the Student 
Body, by the Potpourri staff. We have strived to 
portray you, the NSC student, as you study and play. 
work and dream. 

The Potpourri is the yearbook of the student body 
of NSC, entirely financed by them. Shreveport 
Engraving Company prepares our photographic copy, 
and Benson Printing Company of Nashville, Tennei 
does the art work, layouts, and publishing. Three stu- 
dents — the editor. Pat Cooper, associate editor John 
Weffenstette, and Steve Blount, the business manager 
— receive working scholarships 

The Potpourri sponsors several awards throughout 
the year: the beauty court, reigned over by the "Lady 
of the Bracelet;" the Potpourri Court; dedication of 
the book to a person who has displayed loyalty and 
interest 'beyond the call of duty" to NSC, and out- 
standing staff awards to members of the Potpourri 
staff. 



ANDREA SOLIS 
Art 



TOMMY PUTNAM 
Military Editor 






BETTIE MOORE and JACK O'NEILL 
Class Section 





TOMMY ARMSTRONG 
Sports Editor 



MARY ANN BRAY 
Student Life Editor 



Henry Joiner 

and camera bearer 

Chrissy Coody 

Photography 



LAMAR BATES 
Photographer 




CAROLYN THOMAS 
Administration 



EUGENE SMITH 
Activity Section 






Mrml>«T». I-4-fl tn Right: Katherinc Shivers. Marjorie Regions, 
Ann.. Phelps, Patricia Kile, Susan Thompson 



TOWN 
ASSOCIATED 
WOMEN 
STUDENTS 



The Town Associated Women Students 
is made up of all women students who live 
off -campus. The TAWS officen also 
on the A.W.S. Council The main purpose 
of TAWS is to keep members informed 
concerning activities on campus by work- 
ing closely with A.W.S. 



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I^fl to Right: Joanne Salter. Mai'. Fi.m<. . l>owe, Irby McCan. 
Alphin. Bettv DuRgan 




JUDICIARY 
BOARD 



The Judiciary Board of the Associated 
Women Students is composed of two 
A.W.S. officers: the vice-president, who 
serves as chairman of the Board, and the 
corresponding secretary. Three other 
members appointed by the President of 
the Associated Women Students and the 
Dean of Women are appointed to repre- 
sent the Senior, Junior, and Sophomore 
classes The president of the Associated 
Women Students serves also as an ex- 
oflficio member of the Board 

The Board serves as a "hearing" group 
for any woman student who violates an 
important rule or regulation It is the duty 
of the Judiciary Board to see that all 
regulations pertaining to women students 
are functioning effectively, to investigate 

• ill instances of non-observance of regula- 
tions that come to its attention, to deter- 
mine whether the instance constitutes a 
case of behavior failure, and to assist the 
individuals concerned in making satisfac- 
tory adjustment. 



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Seated, Left to Right: Betty Duggan, 
Nell West, Johnnie Ross, Wanda Mor- 
gan, Linda Kay Ebarb, Mary Haynes, 
Marie Francis, Frances Parsons, Kay 
Jones. Second Row: Judy Joiner, Gerry 
Piatt, Judy Young, Yvonne Belgard, 
Vida Broussard, Sue Wells, Margaret 
Montgomery, Bettie Moore, Pat Blank - 
enship, Ann Benefield, Sandra Acker- 
man, Celia Willis. 



STAFF 
ASSISTANTS 



The Staff Assistants Program helps the House Direc- 
tors in the women's residence halls. These girls serve 
as receptionists in the residence hall offices and also 
help the students in the building to observe residence 
hall regulations. Staff assistants must have a high 
scholastic average and be at least of sophomore stand- 
ing. Selection for this position is made by the Dean of 
Women and her staff on the basis of efficiency, depend- 
ability, and co-operativeness. 

The Sophomore Counselor Program is designed to 
help freshman women become adjusted to college life, 
college and residence hall regulations, and to help 
them attain a high academic standing. Sophomore 
Counselors are selected to this honorary position on 
the basis of scholarship, leadership, personality, and 
character. 

The monitors in the men's dormitories function in 
much the same way as the sophomore counselors. Ap- 
plications are filed in the office of the Assistant Dean 
of Men, and each applicant is interviewed by Mr. 
Townsend, the Director of Men's Housing. Each moni- 
tor must have at least a "C" average; however a "B" 
average is preferred. The house directors in the dormi- 
tories then approve the applicant's personality, leader- 
ship, and character. 




Left to Right, First Row: Tony L. Mc- 
Donald, Percy Morrow, Bob Hurtado. 
Ed Teller, Dick Redditt, Tommy Car- 
son, Farleigh Gray, Jack Leggett, Wil- 
bur Lipsey, Max Duggan, Charles Gor- 
don, Malcolm McMullen, Gerald Cooley, 
Galen Bailey, Duffey Wall. Second Row: 
Ronnie R. Stevens, Bill Rutledge, Royce 
Willis, Blan Cross, Lynn Hargrave. 
Third Row: Clyde Cloud, James H. 
Braly, Larry Perdue, David Neely. 
Fourth Row: Barry Dillard, Leonard 
Gray, J. P. Rice. Felix A. DeJean, Ray- 
mond E. Cupples. Fifth Row: Charles 
T. Smith, Robert Dale Geoghagan, 
Woodrow R. Mock, Jr., Tommy Dean, 
George Tharpe. Sixth Row: Joseph N. 
Traigle, Jesse Morrison, G. L. Whitlock. 
Ralph Lemoine, Melvin Shaw, Charles 
Ragus. 



THE CURRENT SAUCE 




ROBERT GENTRY 
Editor 



DUFFY WALL 
Associate Editor 



BUDDY MARTINEZ 
Business Manager 



SUE BURGDORF 
Miss CURRENT SAUCE 




ROBERT GENTRY Editor 

DUFFY WALL Associate Editor 

DIANE TAYLOR News Editor 

BUDDY MARTINEZ Business Manager 

PAT McMEEL Sports Editor 

MARSHA STEVENS Society Editor 

SUE BURGDORF Miss Current Sauce 

EDWIN W. RICE Advisor 

This year marks the 50th anniveis.u •>■ of the Current 
Sauce. In this half-century the paper has made many advance- 
ments and participated in numerous activities. Much progress 
and growth have been registered this year under the editorship 
of Robert Gentry. The first issue of the Sauce was dated Feb- 
ruary 19, 1914, with Mrs. Hearne Harper as editor. The editor- 
ship was rotated every quarter in the beginning and Mrs. W. 
Russell Bovette. Jr.. now of Shreveport, became the second 
editor. 

During tins year Edwin W. Rice has served as faculty advisor, 
whlie Roy G Cl.uk WMM iwa) WUiklllg on his doctorate Some 
500 additional papers published each week, an increase in the 
advertising, and the selecting of a "Miss CURRENT SAUCE" for 
the first time, have been effected. 

The 50th anniversary year was climaxed with the annual 
Sauce banquet on Saturday. May 2 Superintendent of Educa- 
tion-Elect William J. Dodd, a former Sauce s|x>rts editor, was 
the six-aker. Dr. John C. Merrill, acting head of the journalism 
department at Texas A&M and a former Satire advisor, also 
spol- 

The Sauce sponsored two mock election.-, during the year. 
and conducted a "Um dressed coed on campus" contest. Also 
the paper won top rating's from the Associated Collegiate Press 
for the Fall and Spring sen 

During the peer the editor and his staff have attempted to 

carrv a balan ntation of the news, with something for 

leader, including liberal use of pictures and improved 

make-up The editorial policy has been forceful, ft lable 

and re s p on sible. 



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First Row, Left to Right: Max Duggan, Pat McMeel, Linda 
Broughton, Edwin Rice, Linda Weber, Sharon Hillman, Diane 
Taylor, Sidney Sers, Gerald Anderson. Second Row: Buddy 



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Martinez, Marsha Stevens, Robert Gentry, Rick Woodson, Wayne 
Malone, Duffy Wall, Jon Gibson. Jerry Brill, Sonny Carter. 





PAT McMEEL 
Sports Editor 



MR. EDWIN RICE 
Sponsor 



MARSHA STEVENS 
Society Editor 



DIANE TAYLOR 
News Editor 




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Foreground: Arthur Jones, Mascot. Standing: Joe Butler and 
Lucy Joiner, John Allison and Carol Allen, Sam Lucero and 
Jeannie Marler. 



CHEERLEADERS 

Eagerly waiting to lead the De- 
mons onto the gridiron; yelling, 
clapping, jumping and screaming be- 
fore the student body; encouraging 
all the fans to participate in the ex- 
citement; riding the Demon head 
around the field — these are part of 
the duties and privileges of the 
cheerleaders of Northwestern. 

The 1963 season has been one of 
work for the cheerleaders. They 
have been busy decorating the goal 
posts, practicing for new yells, and 
making trips to Shreveport, Pine- 
ville, and Lafayette. 

Back for their second year are 
Head Cheerleaders Lucy Joiner and 
Sam Lucero, both of Shreveport. 
The other upperclassmen are Jean- 
nie Marler, Alexandria; and Joe 
Butler, Plain Dealing; and the fresh- 
man cheerleaders are Carol Allen, 
Elton; and John Allison, Pineville. 
The official Demon mascot was 
Arthur Jones of Baton Rouge. 



"Wow! What a job." 



"All eyes on the game?" 






THE DEMON BAND 



Demon Marching Band presented outstanding sh' 
at all bomc gama and at the half-time period at the 
Louisiana College game in Alexandria and the annual 
NSC-Louisiana Tech game. The band also participated 
in the 1964 New Orleans Mardi (Iras parade. 

During the concert session, the band turned to heavy 
classical numbers, mixed with light novelty pieces. 

As a good-will gesture the band traveled on tour to 
various high schools throughout the state presenting 
programs to give these high school students an idea of 
the band program at NSC and encourage them to join 
us when they arrive at Northwestern State College. 

Following shortly after the tour, the Formal Band 
concert was presented in the Fine Arts Auditorium. At 
this performance most of this year's repertoire was 
presented. Bringing our concert season to a close were 
the pop concerts open to the college free of charge. 

As the closing highlight of the year, our annual Band 
Banquet was a success. At this social function special 
entertainment, good food, and presentation of awards 
is the order of the day. 

All in all we have really enjoyed ourselves and are 
looking forward to another great year. 



Band Directors Edward Tarratus and Dwight Davis 



Marjorie Regions, Feature Twirler 



Gordon Ferguson, Drum Major 






First Row, Left to Right: Larry Fisher, David Williams, Cedric 
Hudgens, Betty Clegg, Branko Stajadinovic, Julius Campbell, 
William Inabnett, Larry Ryan, Gordon Ferguson (Drum Major). 
Second Row: Alice LeBlanc, Anita Patton, Diana Aldrich, Kay 
Owens, Sally O'Bryan, Carol Ducote, John Koonce, Claudia 
Floyd. Third Row: Thomas Bradley, Clarissa Carter, Mary Kuhn, 
Sheila Anderson, Kay Van Side, James Cooper, Larry Eddy, 
James Sprayberry. Fourth Row: John Gholson, Brenda Cofield, 



Barbara Lloyd, Nina Shipp, Jack Fitzgerald, Glenda Young, 
Karl White, Earl Timmons. Fifth Row: Ben Ash, David Foster, 
James Coleman, David Hedleston, Larry Wiley, Wilson Teller, 
Thomas Giddens, Andrew Johnson, Jr. Sixth Row: James Green, 
Ronald Smith, Louis Carson, Noah Gibson, Patty Shelton, Stan- 
ley Kule, Terrell Banks, Fred Palmer, Larry Bucknum, James 
Arthur, John Delk, Shelton Eubanks, Wilbur Waldron, James 
Randall. 



Wanda Radford, Head Majorette. Left to Right: Gloria Hough, 
Nancy Clayton, Martha Sandlin, Norma Festervand, Lyndia 
Bivings. 





PEGGY MARTIN 
Sponsor 




The De m o nett e o, predominated by freshmen, have 
delighted the L96S-1964 home people and football h 

with their outstanding showmanship during half-time 
periods and various parade exhibitions 

The l!H)3-64 Demonettes have experienced a ver\ 
happy and successful year as a talented group on the 
NSC campus 

All of their performances have been based on com- 
plete group participation rather than that of the indi- 
vidual or individuals who may have been featured. 

The originality within the group has been outstand- 
ingly obvious in that it never repeated a routine during 
the entire football season 

Football fans were thnlled with the fine field per- 
formances presented by the Demonettes. 

The spirit and enthusiasm of these Demonettes will 
not soon be forgotten. 



DEMONETTES 



First Row. Left to Right: Gloria Goldstein. Margaret Keeth. 
Barbara Gates Second Row: Rita Dietrich. Linda Harwell, Pa- 
tricia Armstrong, Deeann Pittman. Tnird Row: Wavelyn Mur- 
ray, Theda Mae Taylor. 



First Row. Left to Right: Rita Dietrich. Linda Wallace. Margaret 
Keeth. Sandra Goldstein. Benjy Brock. Mary Nell Hooper. Sec- 
ond Row: Sherie Fischer. Patricia Armstrong, Nelda Hcadrick. 
Eddie Sue Sorey. Sue Forman, Deeann Pittman. Jackie deVargas 




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Sending a package to Techland. 



DEMON SPIRIT 



"I guess things could be worse." 





T. L. Morgan finds a friend. 



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"This darn back trouble." 





•Now. that's s«ime question.' 



PURPLE JACKETS 



Janie Jom-.v President 





Dressing for service 



The Purple Jackets, an organization founded 
by President V. L. Roy in 1927, was the first 
honor club established on the campus. Clad in 
purple and white colors depicting service and 
loyalty, the Purple Jackets have become a liv- 
ing tradition as hostesses at all events on the 
college campus. 

The Purple Jackets serve willingly and tire- 
lessly in their positions and are kept on the 
move throughout the school year in various 
campus jobs. Included on their agenda are 
sisting in registration, aiding with the annual 
Homecoming coffee, and acting as hostesses at 
all Fine Arts events, plays and programs 
Given but a short notice. Purple Jackets work 
vigorously at whatever they are called to do. 
During the year, they take time out to sponsor 
the annual Purple Jacket Revue, featuring the 
best of campus talent 

The membership of the club is limited to 
21 active members. Each .prmg at the Purple 
Jacket calling, women students arc chosen as 
new members who have demonstrated good 
scholarship, good character and personality. 
and a spirit of cooperation and unselfishness in 
serving the college. 

The honor of becoming a member of the 
Purple Jackets is one of the greatest accorded 
to a woman student at NSC. Miss Eve Mouton 
serves .is Faculty Sponsor of the group. 



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Officers, Left to Right: Joanne Salter, Carolyn Bellue, Lucy 
Joiner, Janie Jones. 




Seated, Left to Right: Barbara Dean, Kate Thibodeaux, Jean 
Walker, Barbara Martin, Becky Alphin, Janet Sauve, Lucy Hart, 
Marilyn McGee, Sheryl Hayes, Margie Walker. Standing: Lucy 
Joiner, Carolyn Bellue, Joanne Salter, Janie Jones, Thellie 
Levee, Irby McCan, Susie Guidry, Kay Owens, Diane Fisher. 



Eve Mouton, Purple Jacket Sponsor 




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Mis.- Joyce Daw. 1964 Blue Key Darling 



BLUE KEY 



Dean Leonard O. Nichols, Faculty Sponsor 




Thommy Carson. President 



The Northwestern State College chapter of 
Blue Key National Honor Fraternity was born 
in 1959 as a local service organization known 
as the Blue Feather. Members of the adminis- 
tration, realizing the need for a men's service 
unit, selected a group of junior and senior stu- 
dents who met Blue Key requirements and 
formed the local service fraternity The group 
ultimately petitioned the national organization 
and were initiated in the spring of 1959. 

The eighteen student members of Blue Key 
arrived on campus this year almost before any- 
one else, to begin their work. Working at the 
semester registrations, serving as ushers at the 
various campus programs, providing good 
weekend movies for the students, decoration 
for Homecoming and Mom and Dad's Day. and 
conducting the annual summer Cheerleader's 
Clinic, all comprise the major functions of this 
small group The fraternity stands "on call" 
constantly for many other functions too nu- 
merous to mention 

Membership in Blue Key requires an overall 
2.5 average (on the four-point system), mem- 
bership and officersbip in at least two campus 



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First Row, Left to Right: Malcolm Loe, Tommy Carson, Steve 
Blount, Edwin Kelly, Jessie Crooks, Butch Chase, Maurice Den- 
nis. Second Row: Randy Webb, jimmy Beany, Cecil Knotts, 



James Clegg, Billy Whitehead, Sidney Matthews. Third Row: 
Ladis Zabo, Bill Phillips, Leonard Miller, Roy Gentry, Joe 
Traigle, James Scriber, W. O. Crain, Carroll Slack. 




organizations, and a final majority vote of the 
chapter members. An annual "tapping" of new 
members is held each spring, in conjunction 
with the Purple Jackets, in an all-college as- 
sembly. 

This year. Miss Joyce Daw, a senior Bac- 
teriology major from Logansport, was elected 
the fourth NSC Blue Key Darling. 

Membership in the Blue Key is an honor 
well recognized among the students of NSC. 



'Blue Key in Action" 



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Left to Right: W. O. Crain, Butch Chase, Carroll Slack, Malcolm 
Loe, Billy Whitehead. 



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N. C. S. CHORUS 

The Northwestern Chorale is the leading choral group of the 
college Performances throughout the year include an annual 
app< .it the Christinas Assembly, campus concerts at 

Christmas and in the spring, a spring tour of the state, and a 
major production such as a musical comedy or an opera. Dur- 
ing the r>3-t>4 season the Chorale also sang for the dedicatory 
service of the Wesley Foundation building, and appeared with 
the Shreveport Symphony m two concerts of Honegger's 
nne d'Arc au Bucher " The performances of the oratorio 
in Shreveport m December were the highlights of the year and 
received high prai-e from critics The appearances marked the 
first time a college choral group has sung with the symphony 
in a major choral presentation 

Open by audition to any student on campus, the Chorale 
is a credit class meeting five days each week. Other choral 
groups available to students are the Women's Glee Club and 
the Madrigal Singers. 




Mr Gordon Flood. Director 



Firs! Kow. Top to Bottom: Pat Wright. Betty Bush, Jane Jef- 
frees. K.i\ Y.m Sickle, Thellie Levee, K;ithv Janes, Martha Scott, 
Donna Rogers, Sonya Fox, Dianne Laurence, Brenda Devaney, 
Carolyn Brouss,inl. Edwena Roach. Barbara Hagin, Sandra 
Shahan. Second Row: Judye Thomas. Johnnie Ross, Cheryl Bay- 
liss. Marv Hutton, Leona Metcalfe. BetUe Moore, Rachel Craton, 



Glenda Thompson. Sandra Bethany, Julie Works, Donna 

Sharon Napp, Jetta Thibodeaux, Patricia Graves, Betty 
Clegg. Third Row: James Gentry. Felton Dickson. Jalon Wall, 
Ron Alexander. Kent Allen. Lanny Larche, Lynn Huey, Stanley 
Davis. Randy Nix. Milton Nix, Larry Wiley, John Otwell, Wayne 
Meachum. 




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Dr. Joseph Carlucci, Sponsor 



SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA 

The Northwestern Symphony Orchestra was first organized 
in 1913 and had a membership of about twenty. Since that date 
it has grown steadily in number and quality of performance. 

The Symphony Orchestra is truly a community organization 
in that its members include elementary, high school, and col- 
lege students as well as college faculty and townspeople. The 
group presents four to six concerts during the academic year — 
two public concerts and two Young People's Concerts for the 
school children of Natchitoches and nearby towns — and also 
provides music for the spring semester commencement exer- 
cises. 

Various musical groups on campus function to give the stu- 
dents and faculty, jazz, dance music, and marches. It is the 
purpose of the Northwestern Symphony Orchestra to contrib- 
ute classical and semi-classical music, and so it does under the 
able direction of Dr. Joseph Carlucci. 



1st Violin 

John Maltese 
May Beville 
Lynne Jeanfreau 
Eva May Maltese 
Nancy Frost 

Trombone 

James Randall 
Fred Palmer 
James Arthur 

Bass 

Gary Stahlhuth 
John Koonce 
Terrell Banks 
James Cooper 

Flute 

Diana Aldrich 
Kathy Womack 



ORCHESTRA PERSONNEL 

2nd Violin 

Branko Stojadinovic 
Melba Vercher 
Gordon Ferguson 

Viola 

Paul Torgrimson 
Barney Tiller 
Ruth Caughey 

Tuba 

James Green 

Percussion 

James Sprayberry 
Cedric Hudgens 
Cy Frost 

French Horn 

Harold Flurry 
Larry Wiley 



Cello 

Walter Caughey 

Van Barker 

Sherry Moss 

Albert Stiles 
Trumpet 

Ben Ash 

David Hedleston 
Clarinet 

Kay Owens 

David Williams 
Bassoon 

Clarissa Carter 
Oboe 

Larry Eddy 

Cyprian Ryan 
Librarians 

Clarissa Carter 

Branko Stojadinovic 




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Claire Baedcr. Outstanding Debater 



DEBATE CLUB 

The NSC Debate Club, which was fanned into exist- 
ence in li*57. is open to all students on the campus who 

express an interest m the activities of the organization. 
Under the capable direction of Mr. Donald Graham, 
the club provides organized participation in competi- 
tive speech activities on an mter-colle^iate basis 

During the seven years of its existence the organiza- 
tion, through its exemplary accomplishments in the 
numerous fields of competitive and public speaking. 
has really brought credit to our campus 

One of the highest awards is the outstanding debater 
award which is presented each year to the debater who 
earns a letter m the activity by attending one-half or 
more of the scheduled tournaments. The award is voted 
by those on the squad who have earned their letters 
during that season. The outstanding debater is a peer- 
group award It represents those attributes of the de- 
bate activity which might Ix- regarded ai the purpose 
and justification of the program. 




First Row. Top to Bottom: Paula Smith. Linda Gayle Jackson 

Ann Busenbarieck, Kathleen BJahop, Clan. Baedei Banna 

Row: Robert Sims. S.im Shrlton. Alft<<i Hathorn. Jr. William 

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Seated, Left to Right: Ramona Bott and Judy Winn, Costume 
Coordinators. Standing: Gwen Marler, Vice-President; Julia 
Mahoney, President; Shirley Hooper, Secretary-Treasurer. 



CONTEMPORARY 
DANCERS 



The Contemporary Dance Club was organized under 
its present constitution in the spring of 1957, although 
there have been performing dance groups at NSC as 
far back as 1934. The purpose of the Club is to further 
participation and interest in modern dance by giving 
advanced dancers an opportunity to perform. 

This year the group — along with its sponsor, Dr. Col- 
leen Nelkin, and its accompanist, Mrs. Joyce Towns — 
performed in several school programs and assemblies. 




Seated, Left to Right: Jane Plum and Linda Hans- 
ford. Kneeling: Gladys Kilman, Ramona Bott, Bar- 
bara Loyd, Gwen Marler, Patsy Gaspard. Standing: 
Waverlyn Murray, Julia Mahoney, Maxine Mifflin, 



Mary Gilson, Majorie Regions, Shirley Hooper, 
Phyllis Guidry, Judy Winn, Mary Lawless. Not 
shown: Patsy Aaron. 





Officers. L*ft to Right: Jim Mambourg, treasurer; Mary Hicks, 
secretary; Jimmy Willis, second vice-president; Frances Councill, 
first vice-president; and Judy Joiner, president 



DAVIS PLAYI RS 

Since its beginning In 1925. the Davis Players 
bat be come the oldeel official dramatic organiza- 
tion on campus, striving always to develop talent 
and cultivate a taste for the best in drama. Club 
membership is limited to thirty, with invitations 
to membership being extended only to those .stu- 
dents whom the club feels have a .sincere interest 
in theatre, as demonstrated by their participation 
in College Theatre. 

Proud <>f the traditions of College Theatre, the 
Davis Players work with dedication, enthu 
and perseverence to uphold its high standards. 
Symbolic of their <>fTorts are this year's produc- 
tions Beginning with "My Sister Eileen" and 
"The Heiress" during the fall, the year was ( h- 
maxed with the spring production. "The Taming 
of the Shrew." produced in conjunction with the 
400th anniversary of the birth of William Shake- 
speare. 

Because of the interest and standards of quality 
displayed, the Davis Players was instrumental in 
securing the Northwestern Chapter — Delta Eta 
Cast — of Alpha Psi Omega, the largest national 
honorary fraternity for college dramatics. Mem- 
bership in this fraternity is the highest honor 
bestowed in dramatics at Northwestern 



First Row. I^ft to Right: Frances Councill, Ruth Ellen Meyer, 
Judy Joiner, Dr West, and Ann Johnson Second Row: Susan 
Wall. Viola Pugh. Rosalie Lott. Mary Hicks, and Alice Ann 



Randalc Third Row: Sam Shelton. Wavne Summers. Jimmy 
Willis. Butch Toland. Bobby Ray Welch and Mr. Frank Magers. 




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Ku-i K.>v, DeFatta. Mary Ruth Br... 11. \ Harry Kirk, Pat 

Hyrd. Sandra Foster Second IUiw: Sandra 
Gu: ;m, Dianne Laurence, Larry Leach. Jimmy 

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The H..ptist Student Union is the Baptist 
Church ministering t.. tin- college community 
The B.S.U. at Nort hw est e rn came to he in 1927 
and is sponsored by the Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion In its membership ■** all of the Baptist stu- 
dents on campus. It functions to remind each 
student of his responsibility to Christ, (us church, 
and his denomination, and of his obligation as a 
Christian citizen to the world in which he lives. 
The Baptist Student Union strives to deepen the 
spiritual lives of its members by enlisting them 
in the activities of the local Baptist churches. Pic- 
tured here are the members of the Executive 
Council and Freshman Council. 



BAPTIST 

STUDENT 

UNION 



First Row: Pal Graves, Sharon Barton. Carolyn Bellue, Carolyn 
Ortego. Bcttie Moore, Olivia Rhodi ■ I.. <• Dickson. Sandra Cal- 
houn. Joanne Salter. Patricia Latura. Laun< Harris. Sheryl 
H.v.s Second Kovn : Kenneth Schenck, Roy Corl.v. Jerry Flana- 

Dorval W Stuckey, Bill Phillips, Lynn B Huey, Jr , Ed 
Bryan, Lynn Jones 




First Row: Sandra Ellzey, Carolyn Brewer, Kay Jones. Second 
Row: James Long, Mrs. J. S. Dollar, Percy R. Hagan, Jr., J. S. 
Dollar. 



The Westminster Fellowship organized by the 
Presbyterian Church, U.S., is found on most of 
the college campuses in the South. It provides 
Presbyterians and their friends with opportuni- 
ties and facilities for wholesome, cooperative, 
Christian experience. 

Through discussion, worship, and recreation the 
members are guided in religious, cultural, and so- 
cial development. Thursday nights are set aside 
for our weekly fellowship and informal suppers. 




First Row: Carol Ann Skerrett, Mattie Faye Shaw, Kay Jones, 
Gloria Sisk. Second Row: Rosemary Hubbs, Lucille Pullam, 
Susas Forshag, Carol Stone, Carolyn Brewer, Sandra Ellzey, 
Carol Johnson. Third Row: James Long, Kay Smiley, Jim Phifer, 
John Gholson, Glenda Bland, Watson S. Hodges. Fourth Row: 
Jimmy Dollar, Darrel Cosby, Robert F. Breedlove. 



WESTMINISTER 
FELLOWSHIP 




I>cf( iii KiKht: Bob Tatum. Chaplain. Kathy Jones. Secretary; 
BilK nt; Cookie Martin, V 

Edwin Kelly, President. Mary Blarknian. Treasurer; William 
President MSM 




WESLEY 

FOUNDATION 



The Wesley Foundation is a part of the Church 
Universal at work on the college campus. Our 
purpose is to cultivate a growing Christian Faith 
in the lives of individuals who make up the 
lege community. 

We feel that our Christian Faith challenges us 
to worship, witness, study, and join in fellowship 

The Wesley Foundation is sponsored at NSC 
by the Methodist Board of National Missions and 
by the Methodist Churches of Louisiana. The 
council members who appear on this page guide 
the program of the organization. Activities are 
held at the Wesley Foundation Building under 
the supervision of an ordained Methodist minister. 



First Row: Bob Tatum. Barbara Cryer. Frances Dow, Patty Shel- 
ton. Sally Sanders, Betty Scott. Jessie Sneed, Sharon Napp. Sec- 
ond Row: Lvndia Bivings. Lynda Kneipp, Marcia Dawson, Suz- 
anne Chabreck. Ruth Ann Hoffstadt. James H. Gentry. Frank- 
lin D Antelley. Betty Morgan. William Rowell Third Row: 
Anita Patton. Cookie Martin. Lucy Hart. Patsy Gaspard, Martha 
Scott. Kathervn Sewell, Susan Jones, Jerry F. Holloway, Milton 
Rhea Fourth Row: William N. Perry. Sylvia Durham, Edwin 
Kelly, Man. Blackmon. Sharon Corbell, Becky Sloan, Tommy 



Nunez, Duffy Wall, Guy Neson Fifth Row: Evelyn Davis. Shir- 
ley Shaffer, Sandra Methvin. Jeannette Gass, Barbara Wallace, 
Lynn Cathay, Una Roach, Glenda Young, Betty Am< Si\(h 
Row: Bob Bryan, Jiff Ingram. Baron Powers, Morty Dyson, 
Sue Shipp, Kenneth CarroU Dana Hahn, Kurt Schmersahl, 
George Shamblin, Jr. Seventh Row: Nels Norwig, Claire Lam- 
perez. Conette Lindsey. Billy Brasley. John Slade. Jimmy 
Scruggs. Janie Jones Kathy Janes, Sue Dennis, Lavem C 
Stephens 




First Row: Marilyn Van Hoof, Veronica Portie, Buddy Geiring, 
Pricilla Babin, Ann McWilliams. Second Row: John Blalock, 
Father O'Brien. Danny Fox, Meade Phelps. 



The Newman Club is an organization of Catho- 
lic students of non-Catholic campuses. Its pur- 
pose is threefold: to strengthen the religious, to 
deepen the intellectual, and to enrich the social 
life of the college student. 

The Newman Club at Northwestern State Col- 
lege, in conjunction with the St. Thomas Aquinas 
Catholic Student Center, accomplishes these three 
ends with the presentation of a complete program 
of religious services, various non-credit courses — 
such as theology, philosophy, apologetics, basic 
Catholic doctrine, marriage, and others — and 
many varied social activities. The major function 
of the Newman Club is to help the Catholic stu- 
dent pursue his studies in a Christian way. 




First Row: Ann Davidson, Shirley Sontoya, Vickie Lattier, Ve- 
ronica Portie, Piicilla Babin, Lola Bradley. Second Row: Linda 
Rue, Susy Van Dyke, Susan Gravier, Evelyn Weatherfore, Alice 
Holmes, Yvonne Boudreaux, Pat Simon, Kathie Miller. Third 
Row: Lynn Barron, Elizabeth Ledet, Kenneth Touchet, John 
Blalock, Glenn Distefaro, Bill Ellis. 



NEWMAN 
CLUB 




CAN II RIU'RY 
CLUB 



T) rbury Club, an organiza- 

tion for all | .il stuii' • can 

.is the Yow: ICC ftfUglMI 

in 1928 In 1941, it became tin- James 

C M< ins Chapter of the National 
Foundation terbury Clubs The 

purpose of the club is to develop and 
to guide the spiritual lift- of the stu- 
dents This is accomplished through 

ission, study, worship, recreation, 
fellowship, and cooperative worship 
The activities of the Canterbury Club 
consists of a Mid-Winter Southern 
Conference, a State Convention, an 
All-Col • lference, and joint ac- 

tivities with other clubs 



DESERET 



Deseret Club d Northwestern State 
College was organized in 1958 upon 
igniting a vital need m the lives of 
young men and young women of North- 
ern for affiliation with the church 
and other members of their faith. The 
club is sponsored by the Educational 
Department of Brigham Young Uni- 
ity under the direction of the 
Church of .Jesus Christ of Latter-Day 
Sail 




First Row. Standing: Jimmy Boyd. Janitor; The Rev Julian W. Jones; Donald 
Purdy. President Second Row: Mrs Townsend, Margaret Blackadar; Bonnie 
Prazier; Kn- Sutherlin, John Pharo Sills, III, Carol Gipson, Michael Moor. Third 
Row: Erskmc Cook. Dorothy Purdy and Donna Lee Purdy, Gene Madden. J< 
Ann Bussey. Virginia Ann l> 




Sitting I«efl to Right: Patrick Pettitt. Secretary, Winnie Ainsworth. Mary Taylor. 
President Standing: Chexlee Ainsworth. 



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NU SIGMA CHI 



The purpose of Nu Sigma Chi is to 
promote intelligent living, a high stand- 
ard of learning, and to encourage 
superior scholastic attainment among 
the Freshman women at NSC. 

Student membership is restricted to 
freshman women who have earned a 
3.5 scholastic average at the end of 
their freshman year. Upperclass mem- 
bers of Nu Sigma Chi will become col- 
legiate alumnae. 

Those who received honorary mem- 
berships include Mrs. John S. Kyser, 
Mrs. Lucile Hendrick, Acting Dean of 
Women; Mrs. Genie Quinn, assistant 
Dean of Women; Miss Mary McEniry, 
assistant professor of English, and Fac- 
ulty Advisor to Nu Sigma Chi. 

The officers of Nu Sigma Chi are 
Carol Stone, President; Georgia John- 
son, vice-president; Bettye Lilly, secre- 
tary; Mary Beth McGee, treasurer; 
Betty DeWitt, social chairman; Caro- 
lyn Everett, publicity chairman; and 
Sally Stafford, keeper of the grades. 




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Seated, Left to Right: Patricia Latura, Betty Sue DeWill, Sally Stafford, Bettye 
Lilly, Carol Stone. Mary M. McEnery, Mary Beth MeGee, Georgia Johnson, Caro- 
lyn Everett. 

Standing Left to Right, First Row: Mary Frances Lowe, Ann Yates, Sandra Meth- 
vin, Margie Walker, Ruth Connally, Dolores Blalock, Susie Guidry, Adelle Lee, 
Sandra Bethany. Sherry Moss, Ramona Bott, Charlotte Hood, Carolyn Thomas. 
Second Row: Marilyn Vanhoof, Pat Holley, Mary Earline Morgan, Betty Kaye 
Miller, Kathy Watkins, Olivia Rhodes, Connette Lindsey, Judith McLain, Carla 
Paul, Frances Councill. Ann Benefield. 



PHI ETA SIGMA 



Phi Eta Sigma is a national Honorary 
society for freshman men, which di- 
rects all its efforts toward increasing 
freshman efficiency and improving 
scholarship. The organization was 
founded in 1923 at the University of 
Illinois, and the Northwestern State 
College of Louisiana Chapter, the 
118th, was established May 18, 1963. 
Membership is granted to all freshman 
men who earn a 3.5 grade average dur- 
ing their first semester or year at col- 
lege. 

During its first year of existence at 
Northwestern, Phi Eta Sigma has been 
a co-sponsor of the annual Honors 
Banquet, has shown films on the first 
year at college to prospective members, 
and has distributed "How to Study" 
pamphlets to orientation groups. 

The development and growth of this 
chapter must be attributed to the care- 
ful direction and wise leadership of the 
late Dr. Eugene P. Watson, its first 
Faculty Advisor. 




Sitting: Dean Fulton, Cecil Chapin, Dr. Watson, Roy Corley, Dr. Carlucci, Dr. 
Erwin. Standing: Rahn Sherman. Terry Talbert, Wilbur Lipsey, Larry Fisher, 
George Chandler, Walter Ledet, Danny Fox, Gary Cunningham, Henry Mayfield, 
Lamar Bates, W. O. Crain, C. L. "Butch" Chase. 



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PI OMEGA PI 



Officers: Jackie Brantlt v. Treasurer; Rita Beruard, Chaplin; 

:u.i Settle, & H Braly, rualdiil. Ladis 

o. Reporter; Joe Salter. Vice-President 



Pi Omega Pi. being a National Honorary Business 
Fraternity, haa aa it.s purpose established and main- 
tained ideals of scholarship and the Furthering <>f serv- 
ice and hmh ethical standards in business and pr. 

sional lift- Those preparing to enter the various phases 
of the business world are greatly aided by tin- construc- 
tive soda] and educational activities of the organiza- 
tion 

The first chapter of Pi Omega Pi was established at 
State Tearhers College. Kirksville. Missouri, on June 
13, 1823. Since that time more than 160 active chapters 
have been established. The local chapter. Alpha Nu, 
has been active on the NSC campus since 1938. 




First Row. H N Towry. Sponsor; Malcolm Loe. Eric Stein - 
Bobb} Let Fred McDowell. Glenda Durr, Frank W 
McBwec Second Row : B. J. Logan, Harold Hollenshcad. San- 
dra Taylor. Dorval W StUl I • Cloud. Mary Beth M 
Carolvn Thomas Third Row: J< (" Mi Williams. Wilbur E 
■Vilson F. Teller, Alden Bill" Bailey, Dolores Nkkols, 



Margie Luttrell. James "Bill" Phillips. Fourth Row: Bevcly 
Glass, Sally McCrary, Billu Rencgar. RHi Bernard. Carolyn 
Wright. Jackie Brantley. Virginia Settle I-ast Row: W Steve 
Blount. Ladis Szabo. Randall J Wehh, Janus Maxwell, Jr.. Joe 
Salter. John Lewis, Patrick J Loftus, Jr , Byron A Dunham. 
Burel E Cupples. James H Bralv 



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KAPPA DELTA PI 

Kappa Delta Pi, an honor society in education, was 
organized in 1911 for the purpose of encouraging high 
professional, intellectual, and personal standards and 
to recognize outstanding contributions to education. 
Those people who exhibit commendable personal quali- 
ties, worthy educational ideals, and sound scholarship 
are invited to membership. Kappa Delta Pi endeavors 
to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship 
among its members and to quicken professional growth 
by honoring achievement in educational work. 

Gamma Phi, begun on the NSC campus in 1934, an- 
nually presents programs in which guest speakers from 
the various departments on campus are called in to 
speak on projects in which they are involved. For the 
third consecutive year, Kappa Delta Pi served as co- 
sponsor with the four honor fraternities on campus for 
the annual Honors Banquet held in the spring. At this 
banquet an award was given to the member who had 
maintained the highest scholastic average. At its own 
banquet in May, Kappa Delta Pi initiated new mem- 
bers into the society. This annual meeting brings to- 
gether alumni and active members for a reunion. 




Standing, Left to Right: Sue Gaskin, Secretary; Miss Helen 
Cookston, Sponsor; Linda Kramel, Reporter. Seated, Left to 
Right: Judy Thomas, President; Miss Dorothy Barnett, Treas- 
urer; Tanyau Bracey. Vice-President. Not Pictured: Dr. L. F. 
Fowler, Sponsor. 




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First Row, Left to Right: Carolyn Bellue; Johnnie Ross; Mary 
Blackmon; Anne Rutherford; Sandra Taylor; Patsy Gaspard; 
Sue Gaskin; Tanyau Bracey; Judge Thomas; Linda Kramel; Dr. 
Fowler. Second Row: Joanne Salter, Mildred Blount, Linda 
Phenice, Sharon Corbell, Claire Baeder, Kay Jones, Katherine 
Berry. Georgia Blair, Vickey Meador, Sandra Shanhan. Third 



Row: Margie Walker. Ginger Risley, Janet Sauve, Lucy Hart, 
Sharon Williams, Barbara Dean, Viola Pergh, Jimmy Willis, Nel- 
wyn Cook, Lucile M. Hendrick. Fourth Row: Paul Sepulvado, 
Geneva Russell, Billie Thomas, Lynda Edwards, Janis Bass, Olga 
Webber, Donna Rodgers, Edwina Mayearex, Mildred Fowler, 
Marv Roberson. 



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M222JUUL 



First Row: Andei son. Blalock, Carter. Chase. Chopin. Couvillion. 

><>iron. Duggan, Durham Sccoad Row: Edwards, Faber, 

Fowler. Gaspard. Goodwin, Guidry, Johnson. Kelly. Ledet, Loe. 



Third Row: McCan, Matthews. Miller, Monk. Morgan, Moss, 
Phelps, Phenice, Pugh, Roy. Fourth Rnw : Kusm-11, Rutherford. 
Settle. Shah.m. Walk.-,. Webb, Whitehead. Willis 



PHI KAPPA PHI 

The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi was founded in 
1897 and the Northwestern State College Chapter was 
established in July. 1953. The purpose of the society is 
the recognition and encouragement of superior scholar- 
ship in all fields of study. Membership in the society is 
open to second semester juniors, seniors, graduate stu- 
dents, alumni, and faculty who have shown distinction 
in their fields of study. 



Dr Alan Crosby 


Miss Mary R Robson 


Dr Marie Dunn 


Miss Irma Stock well 


Dr Waldo Dunnington 


Dr. George Stokes 


Dr W. G. Erwin 


Dr. W. E. Timon 


1 .oneta Graves 


Dr. William A. Tornwall 


Miss Pauline Johnson 


Dr. David Townsend 


Dr. John Keyser 


Mr. Hal Townsend 


Mr. Donald N. MacKenzie 


Dr. George Ware 


Dr. Cae>ar B Moody 


Dr EUR< DC Watson 


Miss Eve Mouton 


Mrs. Marv Weller 


Mrs Jane Nahm 


Dr Edna West 


Dr Roderick H. Outland 


Mrs. Harriet Whittington 


Mrs. Vera Rawson 


Mrs. Mattie Woodward 



OFFICERS 



STl'DENT MEMBERS 



W G. ERWIN 
C. B. MOODY 
IRMA STOCK WELL 
EDNA WEST 



President 

Vice-President 

Secretary -Treasu hi 

.Journalist-Correspondent 



i.ifk una u 

fa L C Clapp. Estelle Cockfield. Winifred Hope Haupt 
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Dr Leo T Allbrit- 
Dr William F. Beyer 
Dr. Rene Bi.nvenu, Jr 
Katherine Bi i 



Dr Ruth Brui 
Dr Joseph Carlucci 
I )nrothv Cohen 
Mr Ralph Combs 



Brenda Gay Anderson 
Dolores Blalock 
Clarissa Nell Carter 
Claire Lee Chase 
Cecil Chopin 
William S Couvillion 

a Crews 
Gary Cunningham 

R Duma 

Mary Karline Doiron 

Duggan 

Sylvia Thelma Durham 

L\ i.eia Edwards 

[ngi id Monica Faber 

Ann Roberson Fowlet 

}'ats\- Gaspard 

Linda Sharon Goodwin 

Marilyn Guidry 

Jerrv Frank EQcn 

Charles W John.son 
Edwin Louis Kellv 
Walt.-, l' Led* 
olm W Loe 



Irby Marie McCan 
Sidncv Matthews 
Zackey D Mcachum 
Leonard D. Miller 
Jo Ann Monk 
Joyc Mae Morgan 
Mary Louise Morton 
Sherry Ann Moss 
Meade Phelps 
Linda Jane Phenice 
Frances Storey Pi 
Viola Pugh 
Rose Anna Rov 
( ia aa u a Russell 
M.u ilyn Anne Rutherford 
Dana Roy San<: 
Virginia Settle 
Sandra Jean Shahan 
Margie Elaine Walker 
Randall Webb 
William A Whitehead 
Jimmy Willis 



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ALPHA BETA 
ALPHA 



Alpha Beta Alpha is the only national, co- 
educational, undergraduate Library Science 
fraternity in the United States. The major pur- 
pose of the fraternity is to serve as a recruiting 
agency for librarianship. The members are re- 
quired to take at least six semester hours of 
Library Science. 

Established on the NSC campus as the 
Northwestern State College Library Club on 
January 17, 1964, the professional fraternity 
was later renamed the Scharlie E. Russell Li- 
brary Club. On May 3, 1950, the nationwide 
organization of Alpha Beta Alpha, the Ameri- 
can librarians fraternity, was established with 
the NSC Club as Alpha Chapter. There are 
presently over twenty-five chapters in the 
United States. 



First Row, Kneeling, Left to Right: Patricia Latura, Cecilia Roberts, Mar- 
garet Owen. Second Row, Sitting: Robert Gimbert, Dianne Dunn, Brenda 
Odom, Melba Williamson, Lenora Manning, Wanda Barker, Thresa 
Clemens, Linda Thompson, Raymond Cupples. Third Row, Standing: Mrs. 
Lucille T. Carnahan, Sponsor; Georgia Lou Chaplin, Rachel Barnhill, Lynn 
Jones, H. Arthur Dew, Sharon Corbell, Frances Dow, Ann Johnson, Ronald 
Ryan, Mary Doiron, Lyda Edwards, Thresa Hodnett, Judy Mistich, Mil- 
dred Blount, Paula Pijanowski, Dr. Eugene Watson, Ginger Risley, Betty 
Higgins, Margie Wilson. 




CHI GAMMA PHI 



In the spring of 1961, Chi Gamma Phi, phys- 
ical science fraternity was inaugurated on the 
NSC campus to fill the definite need for a group 
to connect the branches of science and to instill 
a greater interest in modern science. Through- 
out the year guest speakers from all parts of 
the state attend and discuss everything from 
the electron microscope to the way a scientist 
lives in the modern world. 

Besides these guest speakers, many of the 
students working on research projects are 
given the opportunity to explain them to the 
group. One of the most important functions is 
to exploit job opportunities in the field of 
science. There are also several social activities 
each year. 



First Row, Left to Right: James Boyd, Ann Lewis, Betty Kaye Miller, 
Meade Phelps, Randall Tilley, and Billy R. Allen. Second Row: James A. 
Noel, Sylvia Smith, Bob Miller, Jerry Ann Bussey, Lynelle Ford, and 
Bert B. Boyd. 




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Croup- First Row: IWt to Right: Carolyn Thomas, Edwin W Rut. 
Wayne Summers, Earl C. Coulon. Mrs. Glynn Bates. Back Row: 
Max Duggan. David W. Eubanks. Newton Carter, John Weffen- 
stette. Tommy Armstrong, Pat McMeel. 



ALPHA PHI GAMMA 



Alpha Phi Gamma, an honorary journalistic frater- 
nity, was founded at Ohio Northern University. De- 
cember 11. 1919. The third-oldest chapter in the nation 
Iota chapter, instituted at NSC March 14, 1927. 
Alpha Phi Gamma's purpose is to recognize individual 
ability and achievement in journalistic pursuits in 
college, and to promote the welfare of the college 
through Journalism. In the Spring, an annual High 
School Journalism Work-hop is sponsored by the fra- 
ternity to promote quality high school journalism. 



(Kfncis John \V< ffinsUltr. Tir.iwirer; Newton B. Carter, Jr., 
• E. Summit- i'i . -.icicr-it; Carolyn Thomas, 
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MR EARL C COULON. Sponsor 



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Officers: Dr. R. H. Outland, Advisor; Thomas Carson, President; 
William Whitehead, Vice-President; Joyce Daw, Secretary; Sid- 
ney Poe, Treasurer; Judy Tisdale, Historian. 



BETA BETA BETA 



Beta Beta Beta is a national honor society for stu- 
dents of the biological sciences. It emphasizes a three- 
fold program: stimulation of sound scholarship, dis- 
semination of scientific knowledge, and promotion of 
biological research. 

Beta Beta Beta was founded at Oklahoma City Uni- 
versity in 1922 and is presently numbered at over 125 
chapters. Begun at Northwestern State College as a 
local organization, Beta Phi Alpha, it became Delta 
Theta chapter of Beta Beta Beta in 1949. 

Tri Beta members, well known for their exhibits 
which are placed in the Biology Building, attempt to 
combine a program of work with enjoyable relaxation. 




First Row, Left to Right: Tommy Carson, Judy Tisdale, Betty 
Duggan, Mary Stewart, Carmen Codina, Charlotte Hood, and 
Julia Phillips. Second Row: Cathy Cook, Joann Wise, Carol Gip- 
son, Sharon Goodwin, Joan Deville, and Joyce Daw. Third Row: 



George Krumm, George Chandler, Chuck Thomas, Danny Brup- 
bocker, and William Whitehead. Fourth Row: Sidney Poe, Wen- 
dell Neal, Gordon Reynolds, and Dr. Outland. Fifth Row: Billy 
Toms, William Bailey, Gary Cunningham, and Walter Ledet. 



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Officers. I^ft to Right (seated), Linda Harper, Sammie Bott. 
Carolyn I\\ Second Row: (seated also). Pat Sylvester, Sandra 
Kost» r Third Row: Mrs Melba O'Quinn, Jane Magee, Dr. Colleen 
Nelken, Miss Violet Davion. 



P. E. M 



Membership in this organization includes all women 
Health and Physical Education majors and all inter- 
eatad women minors Honorary members become such 
through worthy contributions to the department and by 
the vote of the club 

Purposes of the club include development of closer 
relationship among the members, the creation of more 
interest in Health and Physical Education, provision for 
fun and companionship and the furtherance of profes- 
sional interest. 

This organization is governed by an Executive 
Council which consists of the officers, the class repre- 
sentatives, and the sponsor. The representative group 
is composed of one member from each class voted into 
this position by class membership. 




Group: Seated, I^eft to Right: Gladys Kilman, Carolyn Ivy, Sam- 
mie Bott, Marv lawless, Jane Magee, Dot Willis, Wavelyn Mur- 
ray. Second: (Seated Also), Gwen Marler, Rose Lynn Misuraca. 
Cookie Hull, Susan Foster. Sandra Foster, Barbara Lloyd Third: 
(Standing). Carolyn Brewer, Judy Gaspard. Neva Sharbons, 



Phyllis Guidry, Sandra Tilloy, Nancy Daniel. Mary Groll, Linda 
Harp* t . Kit (arson. Julia Mahoney Fourth: Judy Winn. Elizabeth 
Hcitman. Maxine Mifflin. Jeannette Champagne. Pat Sylvester, 
Betty Morgan. Roberta Wascott. 



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P. E. K. 



Phi Epsilon Kappa is the only national professional 
fraternity for male students and teachers of health, 
physical education, and recreation. This fraternity was 
founded at the Normal College of the American Gym- 
nastics Union of Indianapolis, Indiana, in 1913. With 
the installation of Beta chapter at the American Col- 
lege of Physical Education in Chicago, Illinois, Phi 
Epsilon Kappa took its first step toward becoming a na- 
tional fraternity, Alpha Phi chapter was installed at 
Northwestern State College on April 28, 1951. 

One of the primary objectives of this fraternity is to 
elevate the standards, ideals, and ethics of those en- 
gaged in teaching in the fields of health, physical edu- 
cation and recreation. 




Officers: Lynn Dalton, President; Ben Pratt, Secretary; Doug 
Harkness, Treasurer; Jack Wintersteen, Sgt. at Arms; Dale Tins- 
ley, Guide; Larry Stark, Historian. 




Group: Doug Harkness, Ronnie Stevens, Clifford Lambert, Ron- 
nie Daigle, Lynn Dalton, Jack Wintersteen, Carl Bucky Bu- 
chanan, O'Neal Collier. Second: Gary Johnson, Jim Simmons, 
Larry Stark, Arthur Jones, Ben Pratt, Richard Carter, Ronnip 
Daniel Dale Tinsley, Dr. Alost, Advisor. 



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First Row: Sandra Shahan. Sharon Napp, Mary Hutton. Second 
Row: Dianne Marshall, Thellie Levee, Kay Owens. Third Row- 
Donna Rodders. Clarissa Carter, Dianna Aldrich. Not Pictured: 
Kathv Janes. Kay Van Sickle, Wanda Radford, Sherry Moss. 




First Row Donna Rodgers. President; Sandra Shahan. Vice- 
idcnt Sec«»nd Row: Clarissa Carter. Chaplain; Dianne Mar- 
shall. Tc : Untu Aldrich, Secretin 



SIGMA ALPHA 
IOTA 



Sigma Alpha Iota, an international professional 
music fraternity for women, was founded in 1903, at 
Ann Arbor. Michigan. The Beta Iota chapter at NSC 
is celebrating its thirteenth anniversary Fraternity 
purposes include upholding the highest ideals of a 
musical education, raising the standards of productive 
musical work, developing American music, and pro- 
moting a stronger understanding of music between 
foreign countries and America. Membership is open to 
music majors who have faculty recommendation and 
show excellence in scholarship and musical ability 
Chapter activities include monthly nnisicales, receptions 
for music students, faculty, and performers, and an Ail- 
American Music Concert given jointly with Phi Mu 
Alpha. 



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EUTHENICS 
CLUB 



The Euthenics Club of Northwestern State 
College, in affiliation with the Louisiana Home 
Economics Association and the American Home 
Economics Association was organized in 1926. 
Since then it has become one of the outstanding 
departmental clubs at NSC. 

The purposes of the Euthenics Club are: to 
promote professional spirit and co-operation, to 
foster sociability, to promote scholarship and 
to develop leadership. The motto is: "We be- 
lieve in minds that think, hearts that love, and 
hands that work." Euthenics implies better 
living. 

Jean Walker served as president. The other 
officers included: Irby McCan, 1st vice-presi- 
dent; Carole McNeely, 2nd vice-president; 
Mary Ann Jones, secretary; Patricia Latura, 
treasurer; Betty Sue DeWitt, reporter; Jaye 
Lou Allen, parliamentarian; and Georgia Blair, 
song leader. Charlotte McCalla was State 
Chairman and National Vice-Chairman. Miss 
Mary E. Roberson is faculty sponsor. 




First Row, Left to Right: Joy Nell Brewton, Audrey Jones, Joyce Lovitt, 
Patsy Slay, Mary Bloodman, Glenda Monk, Charlotte McCalla, Janet Mott, 
Clarice Courville, Frances Parsons, and Annie Kelly. Second Row: Betty 
Jones, Sandra David, Charlene Morace, Joanne Salter, Mary Ann Bray, 
Marjorie Ann Young, Patricia Latura, Glenda Thompson, Barbara Ciesla, 
Joy Sue Crump, and Mary Ann Jones. Third Row: Rebecca Raburn, Marie 
Tassin, Dana Faraldo, Millie Roberts, Amy Maxwell, Irby McCan, Sandra 
Methvin, Mary Ellen Monk, Miss Mary Esther Roberson, Betty Sue DeWitt, 
Jean Walker, and Patsi Aaron. 



RADIO CLUB 



The NSC Radio Club was formed to foster 
the hobby of "ham" radio. It is well known that 
the knowledge and skill of the amateur radio 
operator is an asset to the nation in time of 
war and peace. Amateurs stand ready to set up 
communications in time of disaster or any 
emergency. The Club has as its purpose to 
furnish an opportunity for persons interested 
in this hobby a place to meet and share their 
experiences with others. 

The Club sponsors code classes and theory 
classes to help others to qualify for their 
licenses. 

The transmitting equipment is accessible to 
all licensed hams and is under the trusteeship 
of Mr. Walter Weffenstette in the Industrial 
Education Department. 



OFFICERS 

George Shamblin President 

T. J. McCain Vice-President 

James Johnson Secretary-Treasurer 




Seated. Left to Right: Randal Martin, Bob Wright. Standing: Wilbur 
Waldron, George Shamblin, James Johnson, Jerry Holloway. and Marty 
Dyson. 



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ip Shot. I*ft la Kuclu First Kow. Sitting: Dr Waltej J 
Robinson. T Jordan. Paul Scpulvado. Ltwh Stall, ess* Morrison. 
James Johnso: First Bam Manding: John Distefano, Davul 

Cobb. Randall Mat tin, Montv Rhodes. G 
Stratton. John Ball. James Strong. Doyle Willions, Larr> Cram 

id Kow. Standing: Douglas Quinn. F M Jones. James Watts, 



James Jones. Janus Trait (ili-n Johnson, Richard Land, Richard 
Reddit. Sibley James. Melvm Shaw. Harry Murphy. John Heam, 
Johnny Valentine Third K«m. Standing: Mi WetTenstette, Em- 
nu-it Carson. Al Parker. Crosby Joiner, W. C. Mavficld, George 
Shamblin. Wilber Waldron. Bill Wood. Pete Cornuer. Jerry Hollo- 
way. 




INDUSTRIAL ARTS 
CLUB 



Officers. I>eft to Right: Paul Sepulvado, President; James John- 
son. Vice-President; Lewis Stall. Secretary: Jesse Morrison. 
Treasurer; Thomas Jordan. Sponsor. 



Industrial Arty Club at Northwestern is a profes- 
sional and social organization whose membership is 
open to all Industrial Education majors and minors. 
The purposes of the club are: to promote the develop- 
ment of industrial education in Louisiana, to facilitate 
social and professional activities for its membership, 
and to develop an active interest in the industrial de- 
velopment of the state. 

At Northwestern 's 1963 Homecoming parade, the In- 
dustrial Arts Club had the winning float, with a theme 
of "Tradition, Service, asd Sucre 




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First Row: Asst. Prof. Melvin Stevens, George "Slim" Whitlock, 
Wayne Malone, Billy Moore, Dr. Ralph V. Fell, Bennie Cox, 
Jimmy Hughes. Second Row: Bobby Meeker, Lonnie Hughes, 
Clifford Krouse, Jerry Kemp, Don Jones, Boyd McFatter, O. H. 
Haynes. 



DEMETER 




The Demeter Agricultural Fraternity, named after 
Demeter, the ancient Greek godess of Earth and all 
vegetation, was organized October 18, 1928. It was be- 
gun at Southwestern Louisiana Institute, Lafayette, 
Louisiana, by Dean J. L. Fletcher, then head of the 
Agriculture Department. From a small group of eight 
members, the Demeter Club has expanded into a na- 
tional organization with three chapters and a total 
membership of approximately one thousand. Activities 
of the Demeter Club include sponsoring turkey and 
beef shoots, judging in area F.F.A. contests and spon- 
soring the annual "Agri Day." Membership require- 
ments include a major in Agriculture with at least 
nine hours and a "C" average in that major. 



Melvin Stevens, Co-sponsor; Wayne Malone, President; George 
Whitlock, Secretary; Billy Moore, Treasurer; Clifford Krouse, 
Reporter; Lonnie Hughes, Parliamentarian; Dr. Ralph Fell, Spon- 
sor. 




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S. L. T. A 



Officers. I^ft to Right: Shcryl Hays, Secretary; Dr. Simmon*, 
Spot: ,ro, Social Chairman; Jim Berry. Reporter- 

:ian; Jimmy Dawn Stamper, Vice-President; Henry May- 
field. Treasurer, Jo Anne Salter, Publicity Chairman; Harold 
Brown. Parliamentarian; Pat Rogers, President. 



The Student Louisiana Teachers Association of 
Northwestern State College is an organization for the 
purpose of teacher orientation through a democratic 
system of self-improvement. Through S.L.T.A. future 
teachers practice the arts of following and leading 
under the supervision of their own governing members. 
S.L.T.A. serves as a body for learning through the 
process ot association with interested peers and builds 
perceptive teacher-citizens. 




First Row: (sitting ): Dr Llsso Simmon*. Jimmie Dawn Stamper. 
Jim Borrv, Jo Ann. Salter. Harold Brown, Carolyn OrtcRo. Pat 
Ror. M .field. Sh. !>1 Hi i\s. II, riry Tebbe (State I'rt-si- 

s,-, ..mi mom (Standing): Joe Salter, 

Cormick, Juanita Thompson. Anne Rutherford, Mary 
Tyler, Ann R Fowler. Ju.,mta IfcGuire, Sbarian Hadaky, Becky 
Sloam. Gayle Tyler, Jeanic Baine. Sandra Sweruson, Bettye Lilly, 
Bunr 11 Jack O'Neill, Evelyn Daril Third Row: Jimmy 



Barr. Bill Rowell. Charles Maranto. Tony McDonald. Paul Jean- 
sonn, Wayne Martin. James Posey. John Skinner. Lam Perdue, 
Mack Strahan Fourth Row: Sonny Hargrove, Colette Wilkon-son. 
U Billiard, [ngrid Faber. Bonnie Beard, Lucy Bart Lynda 
Ail.uns. Hattie Jotilm. Sue Gaskin. Valda Barry, Diane Johnson, 
Nellie Hudnall. Dianne Sprawls. Linda Hanson. Mary NorrLs. Art 
Jones. 




First Row, Left to Right: Jim Vaphiadis, R. V. Andelson, Mrs. 
Irble Shaddock, Dr. Waldo Dunnington, Mrs. Carla Adams, Una 
Roach, Raphael Grigorian, Jack O'Neill. Second Row: Charles 
Chiu, Gail Fletcher, Jae Do Yang, Johnnie Ross, Pam Pepperman, 



Chris Docolas. Third Row: Charles Fulco, Lynn Yao, Marie Bac- 
que, Ricardo Marticorena, Stewar Famous, Raymond Thomason. 
Fourth Row: Phyllis Nicosia, Francisco Perez, Judy Brock, Donna 
Montegut, Rodrigo Gormaz, Robert Patout. 



INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS 




Officers, Left to Right: Rodrigo Goimaz, Treasurer; Robert 
Patout, Social Chairman; Gail Fletcher, Secretary; Francisco 
Perez, Vice-President; and Jim Vaphiadis, President. 



The International Student Club, founded on the 
Northwestern State campus, January, 1962, is open to 
all students of NSC whether they be foreign or Ameri- 
can citizens. The I.C.S.'s primary objectives are to 
strengthen the arm of liberty and capitalize on Demon 
spirit. 

The regular meetings feature movies of foreign 
countries and speakers talking mainly on current 
events and world affairs. 

The main entertainment of the club is its annual "Pig 
Roast" or "Cochon de lait." 

The I.S.C. is deeply indebted to its faculty sponsor, 
Dr. Waldo Dunnington, to their advisor, Mrs. Irble 
Shaddock, and co-advisor, Dr. Robert V. Andelson, for 
their patience, help and advice. 



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RODEO CLUB 



Office**, First Row: Glcnna Mams, Secretary; Jerry Harkins, 
ident: and Richard Johnson, Vice-President. Second Row: 
Ed Crawford. Parliamentarian; O. H. Haynes, Treasurer; and 
Jimmy McMahon, Publicity Director. 



The NSC Rodeo Club was founded in April of 1961 
by a group of students interested in rodeo activities. 

Unlike many competitive sports, rodeo is a co-educa- 
tional sport in which each participant not only strives 
to do his best, but to help his opponent to perform well. 

The main goal of the club is to put on its annual 
spring rodeo here at the college. The club is a member 
of the National intercollegiate Rodeo Association 
which is composed of schools throughout the United 
States. Membership is open to all Northwestern stu- 
dents. 




Firs! Row. I-cft to Right: Richard Lantflinais. Bill Carter. I> 
Hallmark, Camillo Littlejohn, Lonnie Willis. Carolyn Klein. Linda 
H.ivmi. . Ann Mears. and Jerry E Hawkins Second Row : O. H. 
Haynes, Donnie Haynes, Harry Hunt, Barry Corkcrn, Dana 
Brown. Richard Johnson. Joe Jeane, and Robert Henagan. 



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< Mirers: Donna Krukson. Social Chairman; Tommyi Jo Knsmm- 
ger. Chairman of Nominating Committi-<- Jeanette Waddle, Sec- 
ond Vice-President; Phyllis DeRosia, Reporter; Linda Malley. 
ident; Sanfora Hamea Firgl i sident 



SHREVEPORT 

The Student Nurse Association of Northwestern 
State College is composed of all sophomore, junior and 
>r students in nursing. Its purpose is to provide the 
organizational structure for Student Government of 
the three cluneal campuses, and to permit representa- 
tion and participation in the Student Body Association 
and the AWS on the main campus. The Student Nurse 
Association also serves as the chapter unit of the 
Louisiana and National Associations of Student Nurses. 



LA. STUDENT 



oiM Kow: Jo Ann Velotla. Omeera A. Jasper 
nd Row: Mary Rowden. Virginia Har- 
I hird How: Ann Everett. Phyllis Gates. 
Fourth Row: Grace Schexnayder, Jane Rail 
Patricia Moxlev. Eunice Rodgers. Ava Mc- 
Whorter. 




In past years the Shreveport campus has been lo- 
cated at Confederate Memorial Hospital. During the 
1964-1965 session the campus will be moved to Schum- 
pert Sanitarium. 



Front Row. I^eft to Right: Barbara Norris, Tommye Jo Ensminger, 
Sanfora Hames, Linda Malley. Donna Erickson, Jane Young, Jane 
Hill. Luisa Johnson. Martha Dean, Pauline Van Mol, Lou Cloutur 
Second Row: Gail McDonald, Velora Mitchell, Marie Medica. 
Leon a Robinson. Elizabeth Marsden, Dorothy Borland. Peggy 
Hill. Billie Lynch. Carole Hebert, Barbara Van Veckhoven, Grace 
Bielkiew-icz. Third Row : Wanda Hall. Diane Baker, Julia Turner, 
Jeanne Ootz. Juanita Thornton, Marilyn Elias, Nikki Towery, 



Ruth Webb. Fourth Row: Dovie Brian, Jennifer Winn, Jane 
Thompson, Caiolyn Winn, Earline Sallcy Back Row: Cynthia 
Vaughn, Margie Floyd, Patti Hames, Connie Chaney, Jeanette 
Waddle. Sue Dearmon. Sue Elliott, Linda Brown, Betty Smith, 
Susan Hubka, Phyllis DeRosia, Brenda Stroud, Mary Ann Touch- 
stone. Louise Brown. Hazel Williams. Kay Bush, Jan Jensen. Judy- 
Knight, Linda Tasson. 










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NURSES ASSOCIATION 



Seated: Mrs. Canfield, Mrs. Rilly. Standing: 
Miss Cypress, Mrs. Rogers. 




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Officers: Katherine King, Vice-President; Maurine Gibson, Par- 
liamentarian; Janet Githens, Treasurer; Mary Beth Williamson, 
Second Vice-President; Mary Neill, Reporter. 



PINEVILLE 

The Pineville branch of Northwestern's School of 
Nursing gives its students a good background in which 
to learn their chosen profession being located at Cen- 
tral Louisiana State Hospital, one of the larger hos- 
pitals in the state. 



Kneeling: Janice Sallye, Janet Githens, Suzanne Petty, Benni 
Johnson, Carmen Prestredge, Katherine King, Mary Beth Wil- 
liamson, Maureen Gibson, Mary Neill. Standing: Peggy Clark, 
Carolynn Zuirch, Judy Hickinan, Ann Purvis, Christine Wilson, 
Janet Malone, Sandra Boyd, Sue Wales, Patricia Benefield. 





Family: Adilc R Lambert. Instructor; Pearl Denim a. Faculty; 
Arrie W.v M.ittn- B ReinU-ig. Assistant Pro- 

fessor of Nursing; Jimmic Albntton. Ho- il>eth 

Farncll. Faculty: Shirley Morgan. Faculty; Tiny M. Calender. 
Director Baton Rouge Campus. 



BATON ROUGE 

The Baton Rouge campus of the Northwestern 
School of Nursing contains two dormitories, each with 
separate facilities, for sophomores and juniors. The 
girls receive their practical experience at Baton Rouge 
General Hospital. 



STUDENT NURM S 



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Officers: Joan Sanders. Sophomore Represen- 
tative. Lyndell Kern. District Treasurer; Ter- 
esa Metz. President; Sandra Fromenthal, Sec- 

. .iinc Gunby. Social Chairman. 



First Row: Elaine Gunby. Sandra Fromenihal, Lorene Singletary, 
Carolyn Sue White, Camille Gennaso, Judy Young, Linda Shirley. 
Joyce Wales, Arleen Rolling, Myrtte Burkhardt, Pauline Si i m •>. 
Bobbie Brittingham, Gene Ory. Second Row: Sandra Marie 
Walker. Flora Behmes, Ann Sheridan Muse. Andrea Faye Ter- 



rell. Teresa Mctz. Katherine McClelland. June Weishcit, Betty 
Ames. Judy Harville. Louise Lawrence. Alice Faye Martin. Joan 
Sanders. Mydra Richard, Cynthia V.ning, Julia LaCaze. Pat Hol- 
lingsworth. Lyndell Kern. 



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STUDENT NURSES GAIN PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE 





Oh, Alma Mater here today, 
We for thy lasting Messing pra.\ . 
We know not where our paths may go. 
But thou'lt uphold us still we know. 
Unchanging thou, 'mid changes VMt, 
I'nswcrved from ideals of the past. 
Steadfast and true, our watch word e'er shall 
To thee our Alma Mater Ixivaltv! 



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